"These seasonal posters for the Baltimore Theatre Project are part of an ongoing series that I've been producing for more than a decade,” says Plunkert. “There are well over 50 posters in the collection thus far, exploring multiple visual styles, visual systems and printing techniques. A two-color screen print for The Rocky Horror Show (2009-10) depicts Dr. Frank N. Furter as Marilyn Monroe and combines vintage wig art, carnival wood type and vernacular commercial art tropes inspired by Andy Warhol. Where the Whangdoodle Sings (2013-14) is another two-color screen print depicting the mythical hobo bird from the song 'Big Rock Candy Mountain.' The Grand Parade (2012-13) uses hand-drawn type, and a gravity-defying Marc Chagall–inspired clown image to give the dual impression of flight and chaos. Living Openly & Notoriously (2008-09) hints at the conflict between sexual repression and freedom with side-by-side pictures of an empty, buttoned-up, dowdy dress and a barely clothed lower torso."