Japanese Galleries invitations   Print design, British Museum, 2018   To celebrate the opening of the new Japanese Galleries, the British Museum commissioned Margot Lombaert Studio to design a set of two invitations. Using a minimalist Japanese approach, the design takes the form of a Japanese screen divider embellished with gold foiling and textured paper. High quality photography entices the guests to glimpse at the collection, while waiting to experience the objects in the gallery at the private opening.

Japanese Galleries invitations
Print design, British Museum, 2018

To celebrate the opening of the new Japanese Galleries, the British Museum commissioned Margot Lombaert Studio to design a set of two invitations. Using a minimalist Japanese approach, the design takes the form of a Japanese screen divider embellished with gold foiling and textured paper. High quality photography entices the guests to glimpse at the collection, while waiting to experience the objects in the gallery at the private opening.

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  Islamic Gallery invitations   Print design, British Museum, 2018   The Islamic Gallery at the British Museum explores the wonders of the Islamic World. Margot Lombaert Studio designed invitations for the two private viewings. The design aims to surprise and create a sense of marvel while opening the invitation. The envelope unfolds into a poster showcasing a key object of the collection and allows the readers to experience its details. At the heart of the envelope, a thick, black card embellished with gold foiling gives to the guest all the event details.

Islamic Gallery invitations
Print design, British Museum, 2018

The Islamic Gallery at the British Museum explores the wonders of the Islamic World. Margot Lombaert Studio designed invitations for the two private viewings. The design aims to surprise and create a sense of marvel while opening the invitation. The envelope unfolds into a poster showcasing a key object of the collection and allows the readers to experience its details. At the heart of the envelope, a thick, black card embellished with gold foiling gives to the guest all the event details.

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  Japanese Galleries invitations   Print design, British Museum, 2018   To celebrate the opening of the new Japanese Galleries, the British Museum commissioned Margot Lombaert Studio to design a set of two invitations. Using a minimalist Japanese approach, the design takes the form of a Japanese screen divider embellished with gold foiling and textured paper. High quality photography entices the guests to glimpse at the collection, while waiting to experience the objects in the gallery at the private opening.
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  Islamic Gallery invitations   Print design, British Museum, 2018   The Islamic Gallery at the British Museum explores the wonders of the Islamic World. Margot Lombaert Studio designed invitations for the two private viewings. The design aims to surprise and create a sense of marvel while opening the invitation. The envelope unfolds into a poster showcasing a key object of the collection and allows the readers to experience its details. At the heart of the envelope, a thick, black card embellished with gold foiling gives to the guest all the event details.
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Japanese Galleries invitations
Print design, British Museum, 2018

To celebrate the opening of the new Japanese Galleries, the British Museum commissioned Margot Lombaert Studio to design a set of two invitations. Using a minimalist Japanese approach, the design takes the form of a Japanese screen divider embellished with gold foiling and textured paper. High quality photography entices the guests to glimpse at the collection, while waiting to experience the objects in the gallery at the private opening.

Islamic Gallery invitations
Print design, British Museum, 2018

The Islamic Gallery at the British Museum explores the wonders of the Islamic World. Margot Lombaert Studio designed invitations for the two private viewings. The design aims to surprise and create a sense of marvel while opening the invitation. The envelope unfolds into a poster showcasing a key object of the collection and allows the readers to experience its details. At the heart of the envelope, a thick, black card embellished with gold foiling gives to the guest all the event details.

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