Interference Archive

The Interface Archive is a cultural center that displays a collection of protest materials. These items were not created to last more than a day or a single moment of protest and were produced to deliver a powerful message. The identity and environmental graphics around it embody the eye-grabbing intention of these gorilla posters. The elements of misaligned type are meant to reflect the haste production of protest material by referencing poorly register silkscreen prints. The building itself is intended to be a reflection of the identity but also a form of protest of the quiet neighborhood surrounding it. Halftones were used to represent the intention to create a newsworthy event during protests.
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