100 YEARS IN POST-PRODUCTION 

100 Years in Post-Production is an exhibition about a 1913 unreleased film featuring a cast of black actors. Lost until now, the abandoned reels are shown through excerpts and still frames recovered from the unassembled material. The design for the exhibition draws upon the flickering, grainy quality of projected film negatives and the vernacular of typographic styles of the period. The cropping of the identity reflects the film's unfinished, fragmented state. 

Completed at MoMA. Creative Director: Ingrid Chou; Art Director: Elle Kim 
Type Directors Club Certificate of Typographic Excellence

To achieve the rough undulating quality of the design, talented production artist Paulette Giguere drew the lettering entirely with colored pencils (!)