JHI: YEAR IN REVIEW
Every year Jackman Humanities Institute produces a 100+ page detailed annual report covering areas of their involvement. The Office of Gilbert Li was asked to reimagine a new version of the report that was more visual and compact. As a solution, we developed—Jackman Humanities Institute Year in Review. The 40-page report uses big visuals, conceptual illustrations, distilled copy, and a bold (short) eye-catching cover. The Year in Review highlights fellows, working groups, and program for the arts. To create more visual impact, art from The Morning Star exhibition (curated by the Art Museum) was used as section openers throughout the report.