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Artwork for Grease, the musical

Get cool with the T-Birds with this slick comic-book style artwork to help promote your production of Grease.

The Grease artwork is available for licensing to theatre companies and their designers to incorporate into publicity material (posters, leaflets, playbills, programmes, tickets etc.). I can also supply poster templates or design the entire poster for you.

I make all my artwork very affordable so that amateur companies and schools can use them.
You can see my prices here and my terms and conditions here.

Please contact me if you would like to license this artwork or require any help or further information.

Main artwork
Examples of use

© 2014 & 2017 Garen Ewing & Logos For Shows

This image can be supplied in a variety of formats, including high-resolution JPG, TIF, PSD and PNG.

Optional supplementary artwork

You can use your own title art/logo or you can use this one from Logos For Shows - in the style of a US High School jacket patch.

Poster templates

These hi-res poster templates are available for you to add your own details to, or I can layout the poster for you or even design a brand new poster. See the prices page for more information.

Sizes available: up to A3 (300dpi).

About Grease
The original 1971 production of Grease, by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, directed by Guy Barile, was tough, hard-hitting, raunchy, and often profane, reflecting the Chicago high school experiences that influenced it. Richard Gere, an understudy in the original cast, took the lead role of Danny in the 1973 London staging. The huge popularity of the 1978 film version, directed by Randal Kleiser and starring John Travolta (a member of the original Broadway cast) and Olivia Newton-John, saw the plot sanitised and toned down somewhat, with many of the changes being incorporated into subsequent stage versions. The songs became very popular and well-known, including classics such as Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin', Sandy, and You're The One That I Want. A less-successful sequel to the film, Grease 2, starring Maxwell Caulfield and Michelle Pfeiffer, was released in 1982.


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