visual identity, catalogue, book, posters, flyers, invitations, large scale outdoor banners
“Ottomania. The Ottoman Orient in Renaissance Art” is an exhibition organised by the National Museum in Kraków and BOZAR in Brussels. Through the works of renaissance masters – e.g. Bellini, Memling, Tintoretto, Veronese and Dürer, the exhibition confronted two worlds: the Muslim East and the Christian Europe, reflecting the encounter of two different but intersecting cultures.
We designed a visual identity and a logo for the show, where the symbol of golden proportion is blended in a Turkish image of the tulip. The commission also included designing posters, folders, booklet guide, a cover of the catalogue published by Hatje Cantz, an outdoor campaign including large scale banners and the social media campaign.