Henry Art Gallery
Execution of a brand refresh for the Henry Art Gallery completed under the direction of Jayme Yen. The Henry is an art museum in Seattle dedicated to contemporary art, artists, and ideas. The refresh was influenced by contemporary art itself: 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 advanced by the institution.
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Daphne Hsu is a Brooklyn-based independent graphic designer and educator. She works collaboratively with artists, writers, arts & culture institutions, and socially-driven organizations on visual identity systems, publications, websites, exhibitions, and campaigns.  

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 (resume here...). Her current projects include conceptualizing a brand refresh, helping put together the forthcoming Anti-Sweep Chinatown zine, and preparing for an information design class at Parsons.

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