Studio Elana Schlenker

Pittsburgh Anthology identity & binder


A Pittsburgh Anthology is an exhibition at the Carnegie Museum of Art celebrating stories of creative life in Pittsburgh. Each story unfolds on printed cards displayed near the artwork, which are free to visitors. In addition to contributing to the exhibition design, we collaborated with the Museum to develop a binder that visitors can use to create their own “anthology” of work from the rotating exhibition. The binder is available in three colorways and features a set of sticker pages that can be used to customize its cover and interior pages. It also includes writing and drawing prompts (our favorite: “How many shades of gray can you draw?”).

Curated by Eric Crosby,  Rachel Delphia, and Hannah Turpin

Edited by Matthew Newton

Words

2019 Art Artron Binder Book Carnegie Museum of Art Concept development Copywriting Exhibition catalog Exhibition design Sanomat Sticker