This digital "poster" advertises Adam Pendenleton's exhibition at Boston's Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. 
The design mirrors Pendleton's artistic values: deconstructed elements, exploration of black and white, and refusal of straightforward legibility. 
The two screens can toggle smoothly between each other to reveal more information, as well as a blended composition with clear grids and alignment. I used Adobe XD and Illustrator to build the typographic forms and user interaction.
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TRY IT!! 
Use this embedded screen to toggle between compositions.
I've also designed a poster for the play: A Raisin in the Sun.
The poster is based on the egg metaphor used throughout the play.

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