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Size: 215x280mm Format: paperbound Pages: 224p Language: English ISBN: 978-1-611 7506-1-4 / 1-611 7506-1-x ISSN: 2074-496X Category: Graphic Publ… Read More
Size: 215x280mm Format: paperbound Pages: 224p Language: English ISBN: 978-1-611 7506-1-4 / 1-611 7506-1-x ISSN: 2074-496X Category: Graphic Publication Date: March, 2013 The stereotype museums have left from the early times is unrelenting, never ever change and standoff-don’t-touch-me. While, with the booming of exhibitions, museums no longer indulge themselves in glasses any more. Many of them are looking for an aesthetically pleasing appearance and more interactions with visitors. In this issue, we explores several museums who embrace the design world and elevate themselves in architect, identity, way-finding and interior as a whole with graphic elements. Do not miss the interactive exhibitions planned by the Department of Advertising and Graphic Design, MoMA; the typography and identity, which got inspirations from the angularities of the architecture, Foreign Policy Design Group has done for Sifang Art Museum; high-impact graphic decoration Italian Italo Lupi studio has created from Museum of the history of Bologna. The cover of the issue comes from the German agency Strichpunkt Design with detailed colour inductions on a piece of moss in Allgau region. Read Less
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Size: 215x280mm
Format: paperbound
Pages: 224p
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-611 7506-1-4 / 1-611 7506-1-x
ISSN: 2074-496X
Category: Graphic
Publication Date: April, 2013
Price: 35 USD/copy. 

The stereotype of museums have left from the early times is unrelenting, never ever change and standoff-don’t-touch-me. While, with the booming of exhibitions, museums no longer indulge themselves in glasses any more. Many of them are looking for an aesthetically pleasing appearance and more interactions with visitors. 
In this issue, we explores several museums who embrace the design world and elevate themselves in architect, identity, way-finding and interior as a whole with graphic elements. Do not miss the interactive exhibitions planned by the Department of Advertising and Graphic Design, MoMA; the typography and identity, which got inspirations from the angularities of the architecture, Foreign Policy Design Group has done for Sifang Art Museum; high-impact graphic decoration Italian Italo Lupi studio has created for Museum of the history of Bologna. 
The cover of the issue comes from the German agency Strichpunkt Design with detailed colour inductions on a piece of moss in Allgau region.
 
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Pre-order is now available at  choisgallerydotcom@gmail.com