Rose Design has created a series of posters to promote Tate Britain’s autumn exhibitions. The brief was to design a system that would allow the Tate to communicate events in a consistent manner, while emphasising the union between the organisation and the artists. ‘We avoided colour panels or graphic devices in favour of a system that integrates type and image,’ says Rose creative director Simon Elliott.
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