Portfolio showcasing the work of graphic and type designer, educator and musician, Shrenik Ganatra.
Now available for design and custom type commissions. I’m particularly interested in designing books and identities for restaurants, cafes, hotels, artists, museums and film and television. Please reach out via email.
Custom Typeface Design, Identity, Exhibition Design
The National Building Museum
Shrenik Ganatra, Ciara Mitchell, Shantal Henry, Vonn Weisenberger
Urshula Barbour and Paul Carlos, Pure+Applied
Exhibition Image Courtesy
November 2017–April 2018
The custom typeface for the exhibition draws inspiration from the structural design of the punch cards utilized in IBM Punch Card Accounting Machines, as depicted below. This typeface has been meticulously crafted for application on a larger scale, ranging from the title wall to the exhibition label titles.
Image Courtesy: Wikipedia
Secret Cities explores the innovative design of Oak Ridge, Hanford, and Los Alamos, tracing their architectural origins to the Bauhaus and other early modern schools. The exhibition reveals how their physical layouts influenced daily life and exposes persistent social stratification and segregation, despite initial high-minded ideals.
The exhibit also examines each city's post-Manhattan Project development, emphasizing their ongoing importance as research and technology centers, now primarily non-military in nature.