Freer + Sackler Galleries   /  Yoga: The Art of Transformation

Through scholarly essays and museum artworks and artifacts, this exhibition catalogue presents the visual history of yoga, from the 2nd to the 21st centuries.

  • Front and back covers.
  • A yellow end sheet opposites the first in a series of ten full-page yogi images that begin the catalogue.
  • Frontispiece with title page.
  • Table of contents.
  • Opening spread of an essay.
  • Photographic spread with detail.
  • Catalogue entry for three folios from the “Nath Siddhas.”
  • Double-page spread detail of Battle at Thaneshwar.

Mobile Application  /  Yoga: The Art of Transformation, Freer + Sackler Galleries

This prototype is adapted from the Yoga: The Art of Transformation exhibition catalogue.

Mobile application capabilities shown include: slideshows, animation, horizontal and vertical scrolling images, pan and zoom images, scrollable text, pull-tab text, and video. The app also presents different content based on the orientation of the mobile device. Essays appear in portrait format while catalogue entries are displayed in landscape mode.

Studio A created the animation from a detail of Jalandharnath at Jalore by Amardas Bhatti, ca. 1805-1810.

Freer + Sackler Galleries   /  In The Beginning

This exhibition catalogue depicts the first thousand years of the Bible’s development, from papyrus fragments to bejeweled, illuminated manuscripts.

  • This exhibition catalogue depicts the first thousand years of the Bible’s development, from papyrus fragments to bejewelled, illuminated manuscripts.
  • The book’s cloth cover is stamped with the same clear foil pattern from the dust jacket cover.
  • The title page features three of the earliest papyrus fragments referencing the Bible.
  • A diagram designed by Studio A illustrates the evolution of the Bible.
  • Detail of the diagram designed by Studio A to illustrate the evolution of the Bible.
  • “Spreading the Word” essay opener.
  • “The Book as Icon” section divider shows a detail from “Valenciennes Apocalypse.”
  • Catalogue entry showing a piece of the Dead Sea Scrolls.
  • An illustration from an Ethiopic Gospelbook is placed so the gutter of the book illustration falls in the gutter of the catalogue.
  • Brief essays accompany black and white reproductions of each catalogue entry.
  • A detail of the typographic treatment for each catalogue entry.

Other projects completed for the Freer + Sackler Galleries include:

  • The Imperial Image, catalogue