Minimalist design, characterised by simplicity, often includes clean lines, a harmonious colour palette, and a consistent subject which subtly displays itself throughout. This style of design emphasizes the most essential elements, aiming for uniformity and objectivity. Simplistic, minimalist design is advantageous for exhibitions such as this one that must prioritize the work being displayed rather than to showcase the layout itself. The lack of adornments in minimalist design is an effective way to let the work speak for itself.

After drawing lines on the back of the paper showing where to cut or fold, Madeline made slices in the page and folded accordingly. Both of these display a pop-out structure which utilizes the surrounding light and shadows to add depth to the piece.

Project designed by Madeline Taylor


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