Summer Field Studies
Exhibition identity for a group show at the Henry Art Gallery about people’s relationships to the landscape. Influenced by National Park Service maps, the graphics included a didactic panel mounted on wood in the entryway of the gallery and map pamphlets for each project on view. Additional wayfinding graphics were made for the program of events accompanying the show.
Identity system

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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