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'Masculinities: Liberation Through Photography'

Exhibition Identity

 

We were commissioned to create the marketing campaign, exhibition graphics and catalogue for this exhibition showcasing a diverse range of male perspectives. The stereotypical male is juxtaposed with unexpected aspects of maleness. For this reason we paired a bold, sans serif typeface and strong underline feature with a more delicate and typically 'feminine' secondary font. The bold linear qualities of the typography are reflected through the architecture of the exhibition.

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'AI: More Than Human'

Exhibition Catalogue

 

We used artificial intelligence in the design of the catalogue itself by developing a generative font for the primary typeface. This randomly generated font features throughout the book to add an element of experimentation and play. The book was divided into four colour sections to help organise the information and make it more accessible to the reader. Due to the diversity of images we used duotone printing techniques to help unify them. Digi Grotesk - Art Direction: The Bon Ton / Design: Aldo Caprini, Flavia Lunardi and Carlos Romo-Melgar.

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'Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing'

Exhibition Identity

 

For this exhibition and catalogue we researched the landscape of California during the Depression and graphics used by the Farm Security Administration. This resulted in the all-caps, sans serif typography with varied spacing that occurs in hand-rendered signage from the time period. We were influenced by early issues of Aperture magazine that use a diverse grid for imagery.