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Exhibition Infinity Scroll

The idea of an infinite scroll, was to generate an accessible way for patrons to read and learn about the exhibit: they could simply scroll on their device. I chose an installation by Damien Hirst called, “The Wreck of the Unbelievable” to be my subject. 

I took into consideration the classic antiquity theme and the sense of mystery surrounding the exhibit. I wanted to ensure that my scroll of information would capture these elements and complement the exhibit overall.

To achieve this, I incorporated a color palette of warm, earthy tones that evoke a sense of age and timelessness. As well as vibrant blues to incorporate the tropical and aquatic nature of the story. I used typography that was reminiscent of old maps or nautical charts, which further reinforced the antique aesthetic of the exhibit. By using fonts that resembled old-fashioned calligraphy or hand-drawn letters, I aimed to create a sense of intrigue and mystery around the exhibit.

My goal was to create a visually engaging and informative piece that would capture the essence of "The Wreck of the Unbelievable" exhibit. By playing with design elements such as color, typography, and imagery, I aimed to create a scroll of information that would complement the exhibit's antique aesthetic and sense of mystery, and provide visitors with a memorable experience.

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