A print reproduction of Sleepless in Seattle, 1993, designed by Dawn Baillie.
Sleepless in Seattle was one of the first posters Dawn Baillie worked on using Photoshop. Prior to this, the few advertising agencies that built posters on computers had used Color Studio, a program that did not easily allow revisions to a composition. Even with Photoshop, the construction of the image was still incredibly complex, as the application did not introduce its “layers” feature until 1995, allowing the user to swap out visual elements more easily.
Measures 17 x 11 inches. Ships rolled.