• Museum of Tolerance Signage

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    Environmental Graphics

    California State University of Long Beach (United States)
    www.csulb.edu


    Project Title: Museum of Tolerance Signage
    Client or Class Name: CSULB BFA of Graphic Design - www.csulb.edu

    The Museum of Tolerance wants to teach people about the Holocaust by allowing people to experience the event themselves. During the Holocaust, the Jewish population in Germany rapidly diminished until they completely disappeared from the rest of society. To mirror this part of history, random letters are removed from words and parts of objects are removed. The signage seems to be missing something and looks incomplete, resembling how society would have been with an entire population wiped out. By having random letters and objects removed, this signage system aligns itself with the goal of the museum, having visitors experience the tragedy.

    2017 Student Environmental Graphics Design Award Winner

     

    Creative Team

    Designer:
    David Nguyen

    Photographer:
    Regino Vital

     

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