This poster was the main graphic visual identity of the Type Directors Club exhibition at the Ginza Graphic Gallery in Tokyo. Read more about the project here. The identity was an attempt at creating a sense of ambiguity, where some sort of activity under the carpet was suggested though never revealed. Original poster was offset printed in Japan by Dai Nippon Printing, but I ran out of those copies. The print is available in 50 × 70.7 cm (19.7 × 27.6 in), signed. It is printed on a 200g/m² acid-free archival cellulose paper, with a CANON imagePROGRAF 8400 printer. Some people call that a giclée print, which is a cool word for a very good inkjet print. Learn more about printing, editions and shipping here.
Poster and the rest of the identity seen in front of the GGG gallery in Tokyo