by Greta Hoffman in New Design on Wednesday 26 May 2010

The 17th Biennale of Sydney is currently on, showcasing 440 works by 166 artists and collaborators from around the world. And nothing illustrates the international and eclectic nature of the collection better than the identity put together by London-based creative studio, Barnbrook. The modular design combines awkward typography, symbolism and forced bad kerning, layering them together to represent the diversity of the works and the unity of the collection. For design geeks, Creative Review has a very interesting read on the vision behind the identity and what makes it tick.
17th biennale of Sydney
17th biennale of Sydney