Reading Museum Pictograms

I made a booklet – an imaginary pitch for the Reading Museum – as part of my university project. Although a tad lacking in content, I like what I came up with, nonetheless; the most important thing – the pictograms – is there. The first page, yellow, bold, and outgoing —

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For the whole project, I made use of the Nocturno Display Pro font family; it’s modern, stylish, and retains an elegant and moderately formal quality – just what the museum needs, and far better than *scoff* Gill Sans! I’ll flood the rest of this post with screenshots from the rest of my project.


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You can see that I’m in love with my Mac’s native screenshot capabilities, with the awesome shadows that you don’t get on Windows. I guess you internet lurkers will have to dismiss my Best viewed in Adobe Acrobat message at the end, as a PDF is hard to accommodate on the web; these screenshots will suffice...

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