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A selection of textiles and paper products designed for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Also pattern designs inspired by the Art Deco period to … Read More
A selection of textiles and paper products designed for the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Also pattern designs inspired by the Art Deco period to be re-produced onto smoked ceramic vases. Read Less
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Client: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Design and illustration of a hooded black sweatshirt for the ‘Fashion Show’ exhibition. The design received two design awards: The AIGA’s ‘BoNE Show’ and the ‘InHOWse’ Design awards.
Client: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Concept and black and white pattern design for three different vases. The Art Deco inspired patterns were reproduced on ceramic smoked bases, and sold at the exhibition shop during the ‘Art Deco’ exhibition.
Client: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Design, illustration and print production management for a product story inspired by the Leonard A. Lauder collection of japanese postcards at the museum. The products include a silk tote, scarf, two ties and notecard box.
Client: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Design and print production management for five different notecard boxes that reflected a variety of new image acquisitions from the museum’s collection.
Client: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Paper shopping bag for the ‘Gauguin Tahiti’ exhibition shop. Concept, design and print production management of a horizontal paper bag using the exhibition’s logo, color palette and one image from the exhibition.