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REG have designed a new
UP Projects leaflet promoting their 11 live projects.
Alongside projects all over London – including the fabulous
Floating Cinema – UP have a project at the Folkestone Triennial this year.
The leaflet opens to showcase the Folkestone project, and inside all the projects are listed with an indication of where they are in relation to one another.
The design makes the most of UP Projects visual identity colour palette – the very unmissable Pantone Orange, along with the simple square graphic from their logo.
The UP Projects visual identity was one of REG’s earliest cultural identity design commissions, and aimed to communicate the open and unrestricted “gallery without walls” philosophy of UP Projects.
Fresh from the printers today, just in time for
UP Projects’ next big launch – The Floating Cinema 2013 – REG designed the 2013 programme for UP Projects.
The Secret Garden Project (curated by UP Projects) continues to thrive, and the REG-designed identity for the project has popped up again, this time on a large circular floor vinyl at the Pumphouse Gallery Common Knowledge Exhibition.
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Tagged Common Knowledge, floor vinyl, Guardians of Common Knowledge, identity design, Jacques Nimki, Pumphouse Gallery, Secret Garden Project, social heritage, Tooting Bec Common, UP Projects |