Incinerator Art Space – A5 Flat Catalogue

Incinerator Art Space, owned and operated by the friendly folk at Willoughby City Council, is a public gallery and event space, hosting series of Council curated exhibitions and visual arts events year round (there is always something awesome happening at Incinerator).  Aside from the plethora of jaw dropping amazingness that is their modern and contemporary collection, the building that houses them has quite a good story itself.  Originally built as a sewerage plant during the Great Depression, the building was heritage listed and only reopened to the public in 2011 to operate as a gallery space and artist studio.  Boy are we glad that it did. The guys at Incinerator approached us to create a catalogue for upcoming exhibition ‘Cicada Press: Collaboration and Connection’.  This exhibition, headed up by Cicada Press director and artist, Michael Kempson, hosts an array of artists which demonstrate an extraordinarily cool, stylistic approach to the printmaking practice.  Quite obviously, we are big fans of printmaking and jumped at the chance to take on the project.  We designed the flat catalogues so that they would reflect Incinerator’s collaborative and timeless nature, whilst also evoking the collective elements from the vision of Cicada Press, ‘like the meditative rhythms of cicadas, make prints that seek to visually resonate and establish a genuine and elemental connection’.  The end result finds a fully resolved flat catalogue which beautifully communicates the stylistic undertones that the exhibition explores and leaves its audience with a resource they actually want to hang onto forever.  Wanting a catalogue to showcase your work? Drop past the studio, we would be happy to help.

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by Radi Safi

Radi Safi is the Creative Director at IYBI. In 2012 he launched Happy, a music blog and media company.
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