Vote for your Favorite SRP Artwork

It’s January, but many librarians have already scheduled their Summer Reading Programs for June-July-August. It’s hard to be a last-minute person with a timetable like this!

I just put together several mock-ups for my poster/artwork for my library programs.  I’m curious to know what YOU think.  All photos are thanks to my friend and Tacoma photographer Rick Anderson with Bruno Photography.

Dream On!

A book on magic inspired him to learn the art of magic a quarter of a century ago.  Today, Jeff Evans’ dream is a reality, and he brings an outrageously fun, new magic show to the library celebrating the magic of reading.  Woven throughout the mysterious tricks is the message that anything you want to learn can be found in books.  Jeff attempts to recreate one of his childhood dreams; being suspended in mid-airSo amazing, you’ll have to pinch yourself to make sure you’re not dreaming!

I’m also still deciding on what to call my program: “Dream On!” or “Dream It, Read It, Do It”. What do you think? Please post comments below. Feel free to leave feedback on anything; the show description, title, graphics, photos, etc.  Thank you!

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7 Responses to Vote for your Favorite SRP Artwork

  1. Carrie Dyw says:

    # 2

  2. Theresa clifton says:

    I like#3 best, then #1 next. Dream on! is catchy but dream it, read it, do it.. Is more descriptive about the whole program idea. Good luck!

  3. Beth Goupillon says:

    I like poster #3 and the dream it, read it, do it title. You’re program sounds great Jeff!

  4. Jeff says:

    Thanks, Theresa! The genie-in-the-lamp is the most popular. I’m going to have to find one and use it as a prop. I’ll be performing the show for the Lacey “Children’s Entertainment Series” at Huntamer Park on Tuesday, July 10 at 6:30 pm. Hopefully your boys can come!

  5. Jeff says:

    Isn’t that a great book title, Carrie? I found that at the Raymond Library when I was there for a program over the Christmas break. I’m trying to think how I can involve a book like that in the “floating” or “levitation” trick I’m obviously now going to have to create 🙂 You’ll get to see it at the Imagination Celebration on June 16th!

  6. Jeff says:

    Beth, thanks for taking the time to check these out. Yes, it’ll be a fun program. This is by far the earliest I’ve started thinking about my summer shows. Every year the libraries want the program descriptions and artwork sooner and sooner.

  7. Ute Stolp says:

    I really like the Genie in a lamp poster and the dream it, read it, do it for the new slogan.

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