Said poster is glow-in-the-dark, orangey-goodness and based on a Halloween PUPPET SHOW?!
The poster was designed by Wertzateria.com and if I translate the wavy threads of blue info woven throughout, it was for this event:
"Trick or Treat!Initially knowing nothing about the event itself, I could only marvel at the beauty of this four-color masterpiece.
Celebrate Halloween with Aunt Grandma and Jitters hosts of Driveway Follies 2010! Glenview's Free marionette show and Yard Haunt.
3854 Greenwood Ave, Oakland
October 30, 7-10pm
Puppet show only October 31st
Show begins at nightfall and repeats throughout the evening.
Adults without children welcome after 9pm."
It's got everything I enjoy in my Halloween icons: a witch by the moon, ghosts (in TOP HATS NO LESS!), a skeleton, spooky trees, a haunted house, bats, a graveyard and all in a color-scheme of white, orange, black and midnight blue that SO elicits the feeling of Halloween night. The art style is reminiscent of vintage trick or treat bags with simple drawings and limited colors. I love it.
Oh and one more thing: the poster's whites are GLOW-IN-THE-DARK!
You buying one yet?
What're you waiting for? I've got 6 in my cart already! I'm wallpapering every room in the house!
Now what kind of Halloween Addict post would it be if I just stopped at the poster itself?
I HAD to find out a little bit more about the event and a quick Google search took me to THIS and THIS YouTube video of the 2009 show.
It must be seen to be believed. Walt Disney's "Skeleton Dance" ain't got nothin' on this.
But back to that poster!
You can buy the 2010 one for the low-low price of $25 and the 18" X 24" HERE at the Wertzateria.com shop.
You know me, if it's a choice between Halloween-orange and glow-in-the-dark and ----yellow, I'm going Hallo-GLOW for the win.