A Stitch In Time
Visual identity, art direction, exhibition graphics and marketing materials for an exciting new exhibition.
A Stitch In Time is an exhibition by artist Helen Riddle that explores decay and repair in Waterton’s Wall, a 3-mile long structure built around Charles Waterton’s estate in the 1820s.
The identity utilizes a muted palette inspired by Waterton’s Wall, this is then paired with an elegant sans serif typface and striking macro photography captured by David Lindsay.
In addition to designing marketing materials, art direction on the photoshoot and exhibition graphics were created to build a consistent visual identity.