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Branding – Museum of Paleontology

Elena Trofimova’s Museum of Paleontology diploma branding project presents a visually interesting design.

Museum of Paleontology

It’s unusual to see angled type utilized extensively in a design, however, Trofimova’s approach works quite well. These angles create a certain depth that allows for an interesting presentation of information. Moreover, this did not sacrifice legibility and readability in the process. Color-wise, an appropriate choice for a Paleontology museum. The choice of brown contrasts well with both black and white. To top it off, she used images that are visually striking.

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