Matthew Blick

 

Inspiring Knowledge

 

 

Field(s)
Graphic design

Client(s)
University of Birmingham

Year(s)
2016

Inspiring Knowledge is an exhibition that celebrates the opening of the University of Birmingham's new Library by showcasing groundbreaking works from the past 500 years that formed new ways of thinking and inspired generations to come.

 

Drawn from the University's treasures in the Cadbury Research Library, the exhibition includes original editions of The Nuremberg Chronicle (1543), The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (1561) and The Fabric of the Human Body by Andreas Vesalius (1543).

 

Outdoor advertising was used in high-traffic public spaces to promote the exhibition.

 

 

Watch the videos below to gain an insight into some of the works on display, from the researchers who study them.