M+ ROVER is a Travelling Creative Studio initiated by M+, Hong Kong's new museum of visual culture, featured an annual thematic exhibition on its tours to local schools and community spaces. The 2020-2021 year's programme is designed for primary schools, providing a platform for students and cultural practitioners to engage in creative dialogue as they inspire and learn from one another.
The visual identity represents participating artist Wong Tin Yan's concept of cut and paste and bricolage (a DIY-style work made by putting together various on-hand materials). Wong will create an educational bricolage by inviting different collaborators, from musicians to chefs to architects, to join him in the tours. The graphic design foregrounds the question Yes But Why?, the title of the artist's work. This is the question we want to have in mind when entering the primary school campuses, as it encourages the students to challenge and explore the world around them.
I worked on the concept development and visual identity. Work closely with the curation team from M+ to give the solution of visual communication. I also designed and managed the print works with my director- Javin Mo, Milkxhake
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