Aline Dolinh


Alternate cover designs for the Summer 2021 issue of 236, the alumni literary journal of the Boston University MFA program in Creative Writing. (Photoshop)

Promotional posters for the Black Box Reading Series, an ongoing presentation of the Boston University Creative Writing Program showcasing the work of current MFA students and alumni. (Photoshop)

Promotional materials for house shows sponsored by WXTJ 100.1 FM, the University of Virginia’s student-operated radio station. (Photoshop)

As a personal project, I created three alternate posters for Jordan Peele’s 2019 horror film Us, each inspired by the visual language of the genres that influenced it — 60s thrillers, 70s-80s slashers, and contemporary “arthouse” horror, respectively. (Photoshop)

As a personal project, I reimagined some of my favorite Disney Channel Original Movies as Criterion Collection releases. (Photoshop)

Publicity materials for “The Moon is Red,” an original play by myself and Scott Szpisjak that was staged at Vassar College in fall 2017. As it takes place in an FBI office circa 1957 and revolves around American cultural anxieties in reaction to the Space Race, I wanted the design to visually echo both Soviet agitprop and American anti-Communist propaganda. (Photoshop)

Metamorphoses I and II, an ongoing collage series. (Mixed media)