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The MAEGHT Foundation.


The proposed new logo.


The main typographic family.


The complementary typographic family.


A color palate with 3 main colors in addition to black. Each of the three colors has a drop down secondary palate, which, if there was a need for more colors, can be also read horizontally to add more colors into the mix.


The palate together.


The A system was used as the underlying structure to create and generate publications and print material.


A standard 7-column grid is used on all materials.


The letterhead design with the information on the back side, so that when folded, the blue field welcomes the person opening the letter.


Other parts of the system.


Cover system for the exhibit brochures.


Cover system for the exhibit brochures.


Cover system for the informational booklets.


Cover system for the informational booklets.


Decorational banners for the gardens. Thought of in aluminum.


Detail of decorational banners for the gardens.


Detail of navigational banners.


Detail of navigational banners.


Interior signage. Art identification system.


Interior signage. Art identification system.


Interior signage. Room identification system.


Interior signage. Detail of room identification system where shadows play a big role.

A walkthrough of the proposed new entrance.


The proposed new entrance.


The logo becomes the gate.


A detail of the gate.


The ugly sign at the entrance of the museum is replaced by die-cut vinyl placed on the glass of the information booth. This allows for all of us that do not know french to point to the information instead of having to mimic our way into the museum.


Detail of glass on information booth.


Vinyl is also applied on the plastic rain protector of the information booth. This will also help so that it does not look as dirty.


Shadows also play an important role outside.


Shadows also play an important role outside.


Paper shopping bag.


Detail of paper shopping bag.


Plastic shopping bag.


Detail of plastic shopping bag.


Branding some items for the gift shop.


Shirts are a must.


Taking the museum international. Personalized transportation systems.


Personalized construction equipment to build the traveling exhibits.


Custom furniture too! Why not?


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