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Gods, rites and crafts of the prehispanic Mexico

Posted by rod - 24.10.2013

Gods, rites and crafts of the prehispanic Mexico

Last week the Fundación Proa opened its space up for the Gods, rites and crafts of the prehispanic Mexico. The exhibition will feature over 150 archeological pieces from an variety of cultures that once inhabited the Guldf of Mexico. To spread the word the Buenos Aires foundation hired UK design studio Spin, who also crated the the Proa identity to design the exhibition material. The red, black and white exhibition identity features some of the exhibits plus a slightly modified typeface which slightly indicates the era the pieces originate.

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