Final Draft was the Rhode Island School of Design graphic design senior show (Class of 2015 aka the best class ever) displayed at the Woods-Gerry Gallery. The entire class collectively contributed and collaborated together to put together this exhibition that lasted from March 20-31st. The underlying concept behind the exhibition focuses on process and accessibility. As designers, we are habitually accustomed to presenting fully rendered designs and products. Oftentimes, the additional drafts and revisions are never seen or publicized. Thus, my class settled on the concept of bringing process to the foreground—making it accessible to attendees.  The exhibition, which also consists of final pieces are personally captioned with graphite, contains residues of drafts, material studies, and leftover materials. The takeaway goodie bags are made up of a range of commissioned objects from letter-pressed cards to acrylic bracelets to holographic stickers, and are randomly distributed among the catalogues.
Woods-Gerry Exhibition 
(March 20-31, 2015)

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Printed at Newspaper Club in Glasgow
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