Item GSAA/EPH/10/281 - Poster for a film screening of 'Our Mother's House'

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Poster for a film screening of 'Our Mother's House'


  • [Jan 2012] (Creation)

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This poster is part of a course project organised by the Visual Communications department. The brief for the project required students to design a poster for a particular film they had been assigned. In this example, student Kim Diamond has designed a poster for Jack Clayton's 1967 film 'Our Mother's House'. Diamond has used screenprinting and collage techniques to create the poster.

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"Our Mother's House" Film Poster by Kim Diamond. This material has been appraised in line with Glasgow School of Art Archives and Collections standard procedures.


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(fl c2000s-)

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Collagraph print with one layer of brown ink on card in the shape of a crucifix and an added element of tracing paper collage.

Dimensions: 506 x 365 mm

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