If you happen to be in The Hague this coming weekend, we’ve got news for you. Opening at the Royal Academy of Art this Friday is an exhibition by 40 students of the acclaimed art school’s Graphic Design department.
Having taken a trip to Iran in the past year—together with participants of the Non-Linear Narrative master programme—the students travelled the country to explore the role of ornaments in countless cultural places and sights. The result of their extensive research, and the translation from the digital to the physical, is at the centre of The Gallery Divine.
Judging by the sneak preview we were given, this immense expo is definitely a must-visit. On Friday afternoon, design critic Alice Twemlow will open the colourful event with a lecture. And just in case you really can’t make it The Hague, be sure to follow the project’s latest developments on Instagram.