Imagine Moscow, The Design Museum, 2017
Design of exhibition catalogue, Imagine Moscow for the Design Museum. The exhibition invited the audience to experience early c20th Moscow imagined by a bold new generation of architects and designers. The concept for the publication was to consider how one can experience a city through a book, a 3D space in a 2D format, considering mapping and scale. Following the 7 case studies presented in the exhibition, we navigate the reader through the mapped out city using a series of symbols. Through the production of some artworks at a scale of 1:1, large scale reproduction of Stalin's hand and illustrations of imagined buildings within the city of Moscow, we play with the idea of scale and dimension. The aesthetic sensibility of the book, is inspired by the Soviet Union graphical language but placing it in a contemporary setting.