Tuesday, April 22, 2008

The Giver


This illustration is for Stages Repertory Threatre and their EarlyStages program. The EarlyStages series introduces young audiences to live theatre. I've made probably about eight or so illustrations for them over the past several years, and they are always a blast. This play is adapted from the novel The Giver by Lois Lowry. The story has a little Logans Run idea behind it, but it's a great read from anyone twelve and up.

4 comments:

Kennon said...

Super clean as usual and the lighting is great.

Jason Chalker said...

Very nice. As always.

Valerie said...

For those of you who actually read the book, the apple (In the snow)represents knowledge that he would acquire during his training. The apple also represents sin(He went against the community rules)The only reason why he is in color and everyone else is in black and white is because he has been exposed to pain,suffering,love,true happiness while everyone else well.....hasnt experienced that. I dont know, I just thought I should just explain some things. Well the rest, is found in the book.

Anonymous said...

This was my favorite book, I read it in middle school!