Macbeth poster design

Two poster designs for the play "Macbeth" by William Shakespeare Information such as the date, the theatre & the director are fictitious and do not advertise a real event !

First poster:
 
Macbeth with his drive for power leaves a bloody trail in his wake and crushes everything beneath him.
This is represented in the poster by repeating the title, which then forms the pattern of a bloody
tire print, thus representing Macbeth rolling over everything and leaving only destruction behind him.
 
Second poster:
 
The poster shows a combination of a skull and two saw blades that form the mouth. Steel can be seen as
a symbol of power since it is a strong material and is used to make weapons.The skull stands for death,
but also holds the brain that is fragile and can be plagued by mental disorders, whichplay an important role in William Shakespeare`s Macbeth.
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