Art direction and design of exhibition signage, catalogue and marketing materials for the exhibition ”Segerns Pris — Narva 1700” (The Prize of Victory — Narva 1700) at the Swedish Army Museum in Stockholm, October 2017. The exhibition is built around the theme of the great Battle of Narva in the year 1700 and a vast collection of flags taken by the Swedish army, the propaganda surrounding the victory and, ultimately, the defeat. The duality of victory and the horror of war. Lightboxes and cardboard exhibition signs. Wallpapers. Printed fabrics. Exhibition posters 700x1000 mm, 2-colour offset.

Exhibition design by Matti Schevchenko Sandin, exhibition producer and edited–in–chief was Karin Tetteris.
Still life photography by Per-Åke Persson, exhibition photographed by Mikael Lundblad.

Large light boxes for the main text in each room.
Back lit signage for better visibility.
The cover of the exhibition catalogue.
Bound with a red thread, picking up the color of the front cover.
The typography on the spine of the catalogue is inbound.
The catalogue is set in two languages, English and Swedish, set in ITC Galliard and Colophone Apercu, running parallel throughout the catalogue.
700x1000 mm exhibition posters for advertising spaces.
Hädnd, Stockholm, Sweden — Instagram or Web
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Armémuseum / Exhibition Graphics
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Armémuseum / Exhibition Graphics

Art direction and design of exhibition graphics, signage and catalogue for the Swedish Army Museum.
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