Geo-ganic is a fictional exhibition that seeks to showcase design work in Canadian design, through the perspective of a historical designer and a contemporary designer’s work in the industry. It carries a visual story of the merging of geometric design elements with organic design elements, such as line, shape, colour, and pattern, throughout the exhibition.
This design and art exhibition aims to reflect this concept and show illustrative design work, conveyed through the approaches of well known, graphic designer and illustrator Louis Fishauf and up-and-coming contemporary designer and illustrator, Jessica Fortner. The art pieces that would be exhibited in Geo-ganic aim to show the unique connection of these two Canadian designers. Both artists share many approaches to design work such as their great uses of shape, pattern-like illustrations, and use of light, warm, and vibrant colours.
This project had a number of deliverables including; designing a brochure and ticket, designing internal and external signage, creating a floorplan and a scaled three-dimensional model of the exhibit, and curating the exhibit.