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The Mikado

A Japanese maiden (perhaps even Yum-Yum herself) simply rendered in Chinese brush, a lovely eye-catching design in black, white and red, with a title, also in brush line, reminiscent of traditional kanji.

These Mikado graphics are available for licensing to theatre companies and their designers to incorporate into publicity material (posters, leaflets, playbills, programmes, tickets etc.).

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 - title lettering and illustration
Examples of use

© Garen Ewing & Logos For Shows

These images can be supplied in a variety of formats, including high-resolution JPG, TIF or PSD (title also available as vector)

Technical information
Design available at A3 or A4 size (300 dpi).
Poster templates

These editable 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: A4, A3

About The Mikado
The Mikado debuted at The Savoy in 1885 and remains the most frequently performed Savoy Opera to this day - before its first year was out it was estimated there were at least 150 productions across Europe and the United States. The story and libretto were written by W. S. Gilbert with music by Arthur Sullivan, their ninth out of fourteen collaborations. In 1999 Mike Leigh released his film, Topsy Turvy, about the creation of The Mikado, a period when the duo encountered something of a creative impasse before their new opera renewed their relationship and led to further successes. One of the most famous modern stage productions (1986) saw Eric Idle in the role of Ko-Ko, directed by Jonathan Miller for the English National Opera, with its Japanese setting replaced by a 1920s seaside hotel.


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