Liberty China Design Now Brochure and window display
Working collaboratively with the V&A, Liberty’s famous windows became a visually arresting installation by Michael Wolf, as part of the museum’s China Design Now exhibition. A high-contrast neon vinyl on the windows stands out from the colourful cacophony behind it, while complementing the contemporary feel of the exhibition. The brochure shown here accompanied the exhibition, and was also sent out to Time Out subscribers.
Liberty Signage and wayfinding
Working closely with Endpoint and Liberty head of visual Maxine Groucutt, the redesign of Liberty’s wayfinding system was vital in helping visitors navigate their way through the labyrinthine store. From the choice of typeface – the versatile and attractive Lexia – to adding the luxury touch of brass elements on the corners, the solution is congruous with the building’s historic fittings but contemporary enough to sit alongside Liberty’s high fashions
Liberty Exhibition design and press invite
Celebrating 70 years of Knoll design, the exhibition at Liberty encompassed a visual timeline, printed directly onto the wall in eye-catching, high-contrast colours. Continuing the use of vibrant red, the invitation was duplexed and blind debossed for a suitably subtle yet eye-catching finish.