Henry Art Gallery
Execution of a brand refresh for the Henry Art Gallery under the direction of Jayme Yen. The Henry is an art museum in Seattle dedicated to contemporary art, artists, and ideas. The refresh was inspired by how contemporary art itself works: questioning, destabilizing established meanings, and responding to surrounding contexts. The “logo” uses the shorthand name for the museum, “Henry,” in any typeface to reflect the multiple voices and offerings representing the institution.
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Daphne Hsu is a Brooklyn-based freelance graphic designer. She works collaboratively on brand identities, publications, websites, exhibitions, and campaigns. She enjoys working with content and visual systems as well as engaging audience interaction and participation.

She received her MFA from Rhode Island School of Design and B.Des from University of Washington. Previously, she held a Principal Designer role on the Creative Campaigns team at Nordstrom. Her current projects include conceptualizing a brand refresh, helping put together the forthcoming Anti-Sweep Chinatown zine, and preparing to teach a typography class.

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