Miles Design was proud to participate in “The Public and the Personal Design Views” show at The Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Gallery at the University of Indianapolis.
Here’s a little background on the show:
“Visual Communication Design professionals work in the public milieu producing work for clients, solving problems and creating solutions and strategies for an array of projects. In addition, designers may create work that is not client oriented; work that may be more personal, though it certainly may still be “public.”
This invitational design exhibition explores the relationships, overlaps, separation, or confluence between these spheres of visual activities, the public and the personal.”
The Design Invitational Exhibition featured several Indianapolis-based designers and design firms. Our design team opted to create something unique for the show as a group.
Instead of trying to describe our work, here’s what’s featured at the exhibition:
“Design is a tool of vision, revealing hidden truths.
Design is a faster, bolder kind of language. It communicates without being bound by words – and yet it is inspired by them. The terms to the left reflect the essence of our clients’ brands. Look through them to see how design reflects – and enhances – their meaning.”
Our featured clients include: Vine & Table, Sollievo, Reachmore, Wheeltags, and Brand Photodesign.
The show is open through May 1st, 2009. More info.
(Thanks to John Jenkins for the photos.)