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Berlin Alexanderplatz

Berlin Alexanderplatz

For the visual communication of the theatrical adaptation of Alfred Döblin’s novel “Berlin Alexanderplatz”, directed by Stathis Livathinos, we found inspiration in the narrative’s unsparing portrayal of life in Berlin during the Weimar Republic and in particular in its protagonist—an ex-convict grappling unsuccessfully to disentangle himself from the city's underworld. The design concept is centred on the outline of a man’s head; on the play’s poster its frames a black and white image of interwar Berlin looming behind chain-link fencing while on other applications is rendered as a solid black shape.

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