The goal was to create graphic deliverables for a hypothetical museum exhibition, based on a particular topic - artist/idea. My concept began with prime numbers and their literal & metaphorical qualities. Below is the design for the interior walls of this hypothetical exhibition. The wall is divided into a grid made out of squares, which begin from the number 1 up to 540. All the prime numbers that fall in between 1-540, are coloured in primary colours.
Below is the narrative literature that would accompany the exhibit. It is a poem called, A Love Story for Lonely Prime Numbers, written by mathematician, Harry Baker.
Below is the packaging design for the souvenirs that could be bought from the museum gift shop. These are drawers that contain office stationery, packaged in quantities of odd numbers.