Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

The exhibition I organized at Visionaries & Voices, Autocomplete: A Collaborative Coloring Book Exhibit is on view in the V&V Gallery through the end of June, and the catalog is now available for purchase online.

Printed in a limited edition of 200 copies, each catalog cover is unique, made out of a chunky chipboard that’s been screenprinted with many layers of test prints from our other projects over the last year. If you’ve got eagle eyes, you’ll spot bits and pieces of prints for our Williams-Sonoma seed bomb kits, Community Arts Centers Day posters, City Critters Housewarming Kit and other recent VL projects.

Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

The book is 8.5×11 inches, approximately .5-inch thick and bound with a black coil binding so you can easily tear out the pages. It contains over 80 pages of black and white artwork, ready for coloring. Below is the front matter, designed by yours truly.

Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

The catalog is a record of the original artwork submitted by participating V&V artists, which was “colored in” by others for the gallery show, as well as black and white images generously contributed by several renowned contemporary artists and illustrators.

Below left: Brooklyn-based illustrator, wallpaper designer and all-around nice guy Dan Funderburgh. Right: V&V artist Diamond Snowden.

Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

Below left: V&V artist Michael Bartels. Right: Los Angeles-based Ed Fella, who may well be the most distinguished graphic designer alive.

Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

Below left: designer, illustrator, wordsmith and former student Matthew Walsh, who currently lives in Grand Rapids. Right: V&V artist Victor Dambowsky.

Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

Below left: V&V artist Braxton Thomas. Right: Philadelphia-based illustrator Eleanor Grosch. You may remember her contribution to A Mad Tea {Towel} Party!, the crazy exhibit I organized four years ago. I still own a pair of her really cute panda-patterned Keds.

Autocomplete Exhibition Catalog by VisuaLingual

If you’re in Cincinnati, you still have a couple of weeks to check out the exhibition in person and pick up your copy of the catalog. Or, order it online for only $20 with all proceeds benefitting Visionaries & Voices, one of my favorite arts organizations.

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