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How was the show described to you?
“A dark comedy with a mystery storyline. I thought the idea of creating these posters in the style of those classic Nancy Drew book covers was perfect for the show.”
“I was excited by the prospect of creating the posters for such a modern show in my retro illustration style.”
What makes Dory an unlikely heroine?
“Dory seems a little lost in life, but when she finds something to care about, she becomes a very determined character.”
“Dory has this mop of curly hair that catches the light and looks great against a dark background. It’s cool to see a heroine character that’s more down to earth.”
Search Party is very Brooklyn-centric. How did you invoke the feeling of small-town mystery but within a metropolis?
“Wherever you live, you have a neighborhood or some kind of local framework, even in a big city. There are plenty of strange and mysterious places — it doesn’t need to be a spooky graveyard or forest. A dark city stairwell does the job equally well. It’s really all about the characters.”