Exhibition identity for 'German Expressionism: The Graphic Impulse' — a collection of prints, painting, and sculpture created in Germany and Austria during the earlier decades of the 20th century.
The identity was inspired by woodblock prints contained within the exhibition.
For the title wall, 10' high letters were hand-painted to recreated a woodblock print texture.
As a way to promote the show, a free newspaper was designed to showcase various prints from the exhibition, as well as different print making processes.
In addition to 'German Expressionism,' a second print-related exhibition was also included in the paper, 'Impressions from South Africa: 1965 to Now.'