Art & Development, Research

Graphic design for art institutions

One of the things I am really enjoying is the top-notch graphic design employed by so many art organizations in the UK—it’s not an afterthought, even among governmental organizations!

Loving:

The Tate logo

The Bluecoat’s printed ephemera

A Bluecoat catalog (left) and calendar (right).

A Bluecoat catalog (left) and calendar (right).

This handsome poster exterior from the Castlefield Gallery (an artist’s run org; believe it!)

Poster/brochure face from Castlefield Gallery

Poster/brochure face from Castlefield Gallery

The amazing exhibition design at the Museum of Science and Industry.

Lightbox in science wing of MOSI.

Lightbox in science wing of MOSI.

More illumnated didactic texts.

More illuminated didactic texts.

This isn’t graphic design, but it’s still brilliant exhibit design.

Video holograms projected into dioramas tell historic scientists' stories from the first person. Brilliant!

Video holograms projected into dioramas tell historic scientists' stories from the first person. Brilliant!


A high-tech counterpoint to Manila's Ayala Museum.

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