BRYE & KO | SYSTEMS Exhibition
Brye Kobayashi. Graphic Designer from Hawai‘i.
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SYSTEMS 2017 BFA EXHIBITION

Design of the invitation 2017 BFA Exhibition: SYSTEMS at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. The concept for the design is rooted in social interactions, how each student in the BFA interacts with one another. The logo, designed by Lauren Tabor, is made from one continuous line, reinforcing the idea of connection. The map of each floor of the Art Building has been overlaid on top of each other, physically and visually bringing each room closer together. Each of the 6 programs studios are extruded into a 3D wireframe, exposing how connected each one is.

 

The design of the Commons Gallery at UH Mānoa features a large installation of the logo using colored yarn. In addition, custom window decals adorn the doors of the Main Gallery and Commons Gallery.

 

The invites are offset printed on #100 Pacesetter stock using a 5 spot color with UV ink and spot varnish. The studios are letter pressed with pearlescent foil. This would not have been possible without the generosity and expertise at Edwards Enterprises.