Explorable – Typographical Research

Title Design

In many of the exhibition designs that I have come across in my research, a huge title often features. The hierarchy of typography is an important element to exhibition design, and something that I want to pay attention to in our project. The idea of an explorable gallery space is a fairly simple one (in comparison to a game for instance), so it’s vital for us to pay attention to the details of how it is made up.

MOMA Design Studio – Applied Design

MOMA’s Design Studio’s Exhibition, Applied Design has a beautiful approach to their titles. By projecting a number of icons (the theme of the exhibition) upon the wall above the printed text, the viewer gets a hint of what’s to come before they even enter the exhibition. The use of animation in our titles could potentially add something special to our piece. The challenge is maintaining a sophisticated and professional finish that comes with Colin’s work.

http://momadesignstudio.org/Applied-Design

Bold and Simple

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Perspective Illusions

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Integrated into the environment

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Classic

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Stylised

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