Sensory is a fictional exhibition located at the Honolulu museum of art. This is an exhibition proposal featuring contemporary artist, Daniel Arsham. Arsham is based in New York City and is known for his unique concept of fictional archaeology which is displayed in his architecture, sculpture, drawing, and film. In most of his work, he erodes artifacts with volcanic ash and human figures for them to appear as if they have been unearthed after being buried. In most of his artifacts that are turned into stone and crystallized they are referred to the late 20th century and the digital dematerialization of our world.
This proposed exhibition includes a set of invitations such as envelopes, a save the date, RSVP, invitation, and badges. The design of the invitations are inspired to capture his most interesting works of art and designed to make the set look realistic as if it were an actual exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Arts.
Category: Invitations, Graphic Design
Date: Fall 2020
Programs Used: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign