A folded leaflet to accompany Sculpture ’67, which saw the sculpture works from Montréal’s Expo67 relocated to Toronto’s City Hall and presented by the National Gallery of Canada as a standalone open air exhibition. This formed part of the gallery’s Centennial celebrations, and comprised 68 artworks in total, numbered and listed with key supporting provided here.
The identity is particularly striking and provides the angle for the supporting text on the front and rear cover. This gives the overall piece a structural feel that fits well with the subject matter. Across the inside folded areas of the piece, each of the 68 sculptures is listed with its accompanying technical specifications and cost. The document is printed to one side of an oversized sheet, in blue and black ink, and folded down to a 14 page (to view) leaflet.