As co-founder of renowned British design studio OK-RM, Rory McGrath has worked with world-leading institutions, brands and publications alike to develop memorable and cutting edge graphic identities. These include exhibitions for The Met’s Manus x Machina, the identity for Moscow’s Strelka Institute, Jack Self’s Real Review, and the Design Museum’s headline opening exhibition, Fear and Love.
At Nicer Tuesdays, Rory talked us through the studio’s creative approach and recent projects, going into fascinating detail about its work for the Het Nieuwe Instituut’s Designing the Surface show.
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