A History of Emily Carr’s Student Publication
This was an exhibition on the history of Emily Carr’s student publications, stretching from the first publication in 1926 to the most recent Woo issue in 2019, as a mini project for our roles as Woo’s directors.
We designed and riso-printed 50 copies of an exhibition catalogue with a brief description of each historical period of student publishing at Emily Carr University. The catalogue unfolds into a 17×22″ poster displaying the different cover designs of the student publications over the years.
✺ Exhibit Design
✺ Print Design
✺ Risograph Printing
In collaboration with Christine Fwu, with special thanks to Danuta Zwierciadlowski from Emily Carr's Library, for helping us curate and put together the exhibit materials.
Text adapted and abridged from “A Chronicle of Emily Carr’s Student Publishing" by Omar Linares Martinez (BFA 2014), May 5, 2013.
✺ Photos from the exhibit
Printed with the Risograph printer at Emily Carr University in fluorescent orange and Kelly green. Limited prints of 50 copies.
Typefaces from Velvetyne Foundry:
Happy Times at the IKOB New Game Plus Edition — designed by Lucas Le Bihan;
Commune — designed by Sébastien Marchal.