women artists exhibition
Exhibition graphics and merchandise for the Speed Art Museum's presentation of the traveling exhibition Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism emphasize the boldness of these women who made their way as artists in Paris in the late 19th century.
The exhibition graphics transformed a modern lobby space with concrete walls into something that evoked 19th century Paris.
Inside the exhibition, just around the corner from the lobby, a photo of Berthe Morisot's studio introduces what feels like an indoor space. The image of her studio is opposite her self portrait, one of the artworks in the exhibition. Right photo by Rhianna Terrien.
paint like a girl
In support of the exhibition, this bold, custom type slogan made is way onto various merchandise. It began as letters painted on paper (by a girl) that were scanned and manipulated to create the final vector design.