Redpath Design has created a series of posters and a leaflet to communicate the changes taking place at the Royal Society of Arts library facilities at its Adelphi home in London. The library is undergoing a ‘radical reshaping of both form and content’ and the posters communicate the ‘before, during and after’ stages of the revamp, says RSA fellowship and communications director Paul Crake. Redpath managing director Richard Irvine says the posters were produced using ‘hot metal type setting’ to deliver a ‘tangible, textural feel’. The work launches next week.
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