How their online presence could look. Revealing sneak previews of the show as it’s announced, showing behind the scenes images and footage to make people feel involved and part of the show.
I also wanted to create signage for the entrance of each part of the exhibition. The first version is way too cluttered, there’s way too much text. The second version is slightly clearer, but the ‘Dressing The Screen’ title just seems to get in the way. I had an idea to take the title out but structure the text the same way that it’s structured everywhere else. So the title of that particular part of the exhibition, echoes the ‘Dressing The Screen’ title. And the line between title and main body echoes the lines between title and the smaller text on the posters/motion.
I decided to cheekily pinch some of my research images and use them to create my own signage. It was suggested that I try putting images on the signage, as a ‘taster’ of what to expect from the exhibition. Obviously the version with 3 images looks absolutely terrible! But the others are something I’m a lot happier with, they reflect the posters and motion pieces by having one image and then a similar structure to the text.