The exhibition has been running for three days by now. I have talked to a couple of audiences and collected several questions for my work and feedbacks. This piece of article is intended for documenting the process of the preparation for exhibition and also the reflections afterward.
I intend to deliver explicit narrative via the props I made. So the package design is responsible for telling audiences this is a real product with all its detailed info on the back, the leaflet specifically crafted for fetching the idea of the usage of the product, but the identity of the company PANDORA is not that clear. Then a brochure is made to build the visual identity, the insight, the basic intro and the main purpose of promoting their products, hope it could tell the background of this future technology company.
(*Some images are online resources, and they will not be used for commercial purpose. It is a student project, email me if you find it inappropriate.)
#covers the consistency of the visual identity
This leaflet is specifically created for the exhibition. Because the exhibited items are 3d printing objects and a package, the story they can provide is very limited. To make my narrative to be explicit, I make this leaflet to fetch audiences with the concept of the future company PANDORA, the visual identity of PANDORA, the slogans, and the products. So, I hope audiences can retain better understandings of my project.
A short video clip demonstrates how Pandora products Agga and Boca interact with people with DASD. (Digital Autism Spectrum Disorder)
These four photos are created as evidence for the narrative of my project. They tell the life of people with DASD and the role of AGGA and BOCA. People with DASD will spend all their waking hours on digital technology. They easily get tired.
3D printing objects
I have got a tutorial with Joseph Popper, who used to run a filming workshop in the class. He is so good at filming, making props and making his narratives explicit.