PMI IDENTITY + SPECIMEN PRINT
Identity project for the "Petit Musée de l'Impression" (PMI) "Printing Museum". The logotype is rooted in the idea of typographic spaces (quads), and the symbol represents the outdoor facade of the museum building, which ironically, looks like a classic type drawer.
As a collective project, all the members of the workshop were attributed a woodtype drawer for which they had to print a black on white specimen sheet (as a first time letterpress printing exercise); generating a specimen book for all the typefaces the Museum carries.
Université du Québec à Montréal, UQAM / Petit Musée de l'Impression, PMI
Instructors : Judith Poirier (UQAM), Michel Desjardins & Nelson Tousignant (PMI)
9X12 Letterpress print, Savoy Paper.