Working on the poster for my exhibition. Played around with lines and images. Feel like the image ones look better and ties in with the exhibition more. Not sure if having the lines and cut up effect is too much…
This is my final ephemera for the project. I’ve chosen a three-fold design in the end. On one side, there are information of the highlights of the exhibition. And on the other side, there are further information and a short intro to the exhibition. The ephemera folds out to be the poster of the exhibition at the back, a lil something that people can take home with them if they want to.
The size of my ephemera is rather small, but I wanted to keep the size that way so that it’s easier to keep. It’s also handier and easier to hold and flip around when reading the information.
some illustrated floor plan to show how the exhibition looks like.
Lynch’s furniture pieces will be placed around the gallery (Zone 1 & 4), and in the two tunnels of the gallery (Zone 2 & 3), his short films will be played by projecting them onto the walls of the rooms. Lynch’s Ergonomic cinema chairs and wire chairs will also be placed in these two areas, so people can sit down and enjoy the short film.
Motion sensing lights will be used to lit up the information labels in these two areas so as to minimise disturbance to the film viewing.
making slight adjustments to the type and measurements of my final logo. also need to figure out the proportions so I could put them into my brand guidelines
Development of my logo for the exhibition. Testing it out in different background and colors. Not sure about the gradient one, feels like it makes it even more difficult to read.
What makes David Lynch’s films so disturbing is that they exist in worlds very similar to ours but that are run by dream-logic.
David Lynch conference posters and programme done by Studio Regular
In one of the more imaginative collaborations weâve seen of late, Christian Louboutin and David Ly…