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For the CSIA’s exhibition “I Manifesti del Museum für Gestaltung” we were asked to design the entire identity for the event: poster, caption, invitation and other media. The stylistic diversity that distinguishes the coordinated image of the Museum für Gestaltung made me opt for the creation of an identity that was neutral, but extremely detailed. All the posters on display are the result of a graphic design aimed at summarizing the contents through a visual that identifies the subject exhibition, outlining a visual identity consistent with the theme on display. On the contrary, my visual communication consists of a complex, “layered”, “infographic” and above all neutral language. My project contrasts with the posters presented in the exhibition: if the intention is usually to “summarize the contents”, the manifesto (and the related communication) that I have developed, on the contrary, deeply delves into the context and contents.