Layne  TB

graphic designer | uic mdes ‘22 

Layne TB

graphic designer
sometimes printmaker
also educator & coder

associate designer at the
Art Institute of Chicago

open for freelance 


Foreign Exchange: Photography between Chicago, Japan, and Germany, 1920–1960

exhibition graphics and identity
Art Institute of Chicago

Isola, a typeface similar to Venus Grotesk, ia a minimal sans-serif typeface which was widely used during the Bauhaus. The title wall design was based off the Bauhaus publications in the 1920s and 30s. 

About the show:
While this style is often associated with the Bauhaus, an influential German art school of the 1920s and early ‘30s, this exhibition—of nearly 100 works across four decades—explores this modernist aesthetic as it developed through exchanges among a broader set of artists from Germany, Japan, and the United States.