AfrikaBurn 2023: 24 to 30 April

Poster 2015

You’ve waited, you’ve wondered and you’ve itched to get sight of it and here at last is this year’s poster!
As you can see, it’s a gorgeous hybrid of Art Nouveau and rock poster and features some great detail of artworks from years gone by, all of which adds up to a glorious concept that’s riddled with the ideas of this year’s theme.
Massive thanks go out to our volunteer designer, the rather talented Mea Waffle for producing a work so dazzling that it’s visible from outer space. Look out for more touches of genius artwork from Mea and her fellow design maven Nena Maree in our soon-to-be-released 2015 Survival Guide, and in this year’s WTF Guide (which replaces our old gate handout).
Ogle it, share it, and if you simply can’t wait to pick up your copy at our event gate as you arrive, click on the image above and it’ll open up as a large-scale PDF version which you can download and print out in technicolour. Formidable!

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