Cohort Design Exhibition

Discipline:

Identity design

Editorial design

Exhibition design

Sector:

Event

Overview:

Cohort was a design exhibition created by four seniors, including myself, to house a compilation of work over the course of our time studying Graphic Design. Cohort by definition means: a group of people banded together.

Collaborators:

Emily Lipps, Natalie Rokosz, and Johna Walls

Identity System:

To keep the design clean and simple, we stuck with a simple logotype and extensive color palette. We chose a unifying color for the main brand, but we treated each individual involved as their own sub-brand. The color palette made it easier to distinguish us as individuals, while uniting us under the custom patterning made from pieces of the typeface.

Preferred  Lock-up

Signature

Tagline

Color Palette

Typography

Cohort Sans (Custom Typeface)

Cera Light

Postcards:

Exhibition Design:

For the exhibition, we developed various deliverables. These deliverables included posters, an “about cohort” poster for the entrance, labels, and large case studies for each set of work. Each person’s work was able to be identified by their brand color.