Cirque du Soleil has gone above and beyond once again with their new touring show, Amaluna. Loosely inspired by William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”, Amaluna tale takes place on an island governed by goddesses. After a storm, a group of men are washed up on shore. The queen’s daughter falls for one of the young men, and the trials of their love create an extraordinary production of juggling acts, aerial straps, magic and more.
To help promote the Atlanta event in all its over-the-top glory, BrightFire created 135 design pieces in both print and digital form in a wide array sizes and styles. The numerous types of designs BrightFire created is a great example of how versatile our agency can be. From custom websites to innovative creative designs, there’s not much BrightFire can’t do.
Included in the spread are street pole banners, large fence banners, digital ads, numerous magazine ads including Creative Loafing and Jezebel Magazine, and many large posters displaying the different acts from the show.
Live Nation was very kind to us again and sent us tickets for the Amaluna opening night in Atlanta on Friday October 3. There was a beautiful sunset, and we had a great time at another extraordinary show from Cirque du Soleil!
Here are some photos from Atlantic Station and the families of Shawn Jenks, Matt McKenny, Michael Garner, and Nathan Powell.