Happy Halloween! It’s that time of year again — time to share the poster I designed for Baltimore’s Occasional Symphony. I’ve had the privilege of working with OS for three years now on this creepy poster, and this year’s poster doesn’t disappoint.
If you are local and need a spooky night out tonight, check it out!
And, if you are curious, here are the posters from past years. I love how eerie they are.
It seems silly to complain about rain when areas of the country are being hit by deadly tornadoes. So consider this a post where I am in awe of the rain, not complaining about the rain. I mean let’s be honest. Rain is awesome. It waters my plants so I don’t have to. That’s a win!
I don’t know when the last time we got this much rain was. Certainly not while I’ve lived in my house. You would have though we lived by a raging river with the water we got this week.
Check out these photos:
Just so you have an idea, there’s never more than an inch of water trickling from the drain. I usually don’t even notice it is there. But holy smokes, it was a river! And our neighbors had a nicely formed lake in their yard. Our yard didn’t fare too poorly. It was just soggy. But the same couldn’t be said for everyone.
Did you guys hear about the sink hole in Baltimore?
They asked me to design this year’s poster, too! How exciting. This year they are playing music to the silent 1920’s version of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. I opted for a very similar poster so people might recognize the event from year to year. What do you think?