The project was to creat a 1960s style poster announcing a modern band at a venue. I chose Imogen Heap, a UK artist, because she puts most of her music together by herself. She does vocals, synch, string, piano, odd-sound recording (she once recorded the 'whooshing' sound of the bellows in an old organ for one of her pieces) and puts them all together. She even does pieces on stage live-mixing all of the sounds and parts together. Because of her funky style and eccentricity I felt she was a great artist to do a "flower-child" 60s poster for. The colors I chose as a base were brown and rose, with tints and shades, because they are soft and subtle but speak to the 60s styling. The image of Imogen herself I illustrated from a photograph which I came across on her website and found to be perfect for this project. The feathers, flower, and wild hair (though not as wild as illustrated) mixed well with the smooth colors. The coincidental moment was when I read that she was preforming on the 10th of November that year (2009), just weeks after I designed the poster, though she was playing at the Fillmore in San Francisco rather than the Metro in New York. Not all that exciting, but it was pretty neat at the time.