WEygold Exhibition

The 15x30 foot title wall for the Speed Art Museum's exhibition Picturing American Indian Cultures: The Art of Kentucky's Frederick Weygold pulls inspiration from an artwork in the exhibition. The 36 section texts carry the graphic identity through the space.

The title wall is the first thing visitors see when exiting the elevator for the exhibition.

The title wall is the first thing visitors see when exiting the elevator for the exhibition.

The section texts needed to be useful as markers throughout the exhibition, which includes around 200 artworks, while also incorporating added images and captions to illustrate each introductory text. 

The section texts needed to be useful as markers throughout the exhibition, which includes around 200 artworks, while also incorporating added images and captions to illustrate each introductory text. 

The typography needed to be compatible with several Lakota special characters—a challenging but intriguing constraint to the design process.

The typography needed to be compatible with several Lakota special characters—a challenging but intriguing constraint to the design process.