Bureau Mirko Borsche's sharp new poster designs for the Bayerische Staatsoper

Date
15 May 2015
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1 minute read

Is there no end to Bureau Mirko Borsche’s brilliance? Having already produced season after season’s worth of printed collateral for long-term client the Bayerische Staatsoper, Mirko’s eponymous studio has just released its newest collection of work for the theatre. Spanning a series of events entitled Die Unmögliche Enzyklopädie, plus posters for the house orchestra Bayerisches Staatsorcheter and premiere posters too, the newest selection might even be the most diverse to date. 

The graphic black and white imagery for the Enzyklopädie was created in house, while the other projects were produced in collaboration with German artist Ulrike Theusner, whose unique, dynamic style perfectly offsets the familiar heavy header text of the opera house.

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Bureau Mirko Borsche: Bayerische Staatsoper Posters

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Maisie Skidmore

Maisie joined It’s Nice That fresh out of university in the summer of 2013 as an intern before joining full time as an Assistant Editor. Maisie left It’s Nice That in July 2015.

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