National Portrait Gallery   /  Hide/Seek

This exhibition catalogue focuses on themes of sexual difference in American portraiture, from 1880 until 2010.

  • Special edition slipcase with title stamped with clear foil.
  • Front and back covers.
  • Title page spread.
  • The table of contents page is embellished with a small portrait of Susan Sontag by Peter Hujar.
  • Chapter openers are details of artworks, either half-covered or half revealed by a block of flesh-toned color block.
  • Plate 59, a photo taken by twenty year old Nan Goldin, shows her roommate who performed in drag.
  • A detail of the typographic treatment for each catalogue entry.
  • Plate 81 features a portrait of the dancer and choreographer Bill T. Jones painted by Keith Haring and photographed by Tseng Kwong Chi.
  • Plate 83, from his series of Camouflage Self-Portraits, Andy Warhol hides in plain sight.

National Portrait Gallery   /  George Washington: A National Treasure

This contemporary visual identity system is for a traveling exhibition of a single historic painting: the iconic Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington.

  • A contemporary brand for a traveling exhibition of a single historic painting: the iconic Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington.
  • The press kit folder interior features a detail of Stuart’s painting of George Washington.
  • The letterhead shows the main exhibition mark: a detail of Washington’s portrait in between a star and stripes.
  • The exhibition catalogue is pictured inside the collector's edition slipcase.
  • The front and back covers of “George Washington: A National Treasure”
  • A chapter opener from the catalogue displays a crop of the Gilbert Stuart painting focusing on Washington’s hand grasping his sword.
  • The exhibition family guide highlights children’s activities in a contemporary, playful, and colorful format.
  • Interior spread from the exhibition family guide.
  • This educational newspaper, with colonial era stories, is distributed to middle school students before visiting the exhibition.
  • The cover of the graphics standards manual.
  • The graphics standards manual's table of contents.
  • Proper and improper uses of the exhibition mark are presented.

Other projects completed for the National Portrait Gallery include:

  • Adopt-A-Portrait, donation program
  • Behind the Portrait, development book
  • Legacy: Spain and the U.S. in the Age of Independence, exhibition catalogue
  • Lines in Long Array, poems and photography book
  • National Portrait Gallery, press kit folder and brochure
  • Portraying America, capital campaign materials