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For this design we wanted to portray the composers environment, we borrowed the appearance of colonial art carved on wood paneling.
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Following the surroundings approach, we tried to imagine what Bach would see when looking up to the skies for inspiration—it would have most likely been a baroque ceiling.
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For this series we simply found works of art relating to the subjet matter of the main sung pieces that were contemporary with their composers.
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This concert‘s long title provided us with challenge, suddenly the amount of letters felt like a crowd—a choir... we drew an environment around them.
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This is one of our favorite designs for GVCS. We tapped into childhood memories of putting a christmas tree together and played with the typography to create a visual metaphor for a musical round or perpetual cannon.
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The idea for this design came from simply googling American Sampler, the image results showed old-time cross-stitching samples with patriotic themes. We adapted this visual language to fit GVCS.
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Our first design for a GVCS concert. No one beats Rembrandt‘s use of lines for dramatic impact. We emulated his technique, redrew some of his angels, and arranged them to indicate a verbal exchange—an Antiphony.