eume, short for eumelanin was the third installment of an interactive exhibition trilogy forthe Overtown Music and Arts Festival.
eume celebrated brown and black skin tones, allowing festival-goers to draw themselves into their city's fabric.
The piece was constructed from two 6x6' hexagons and three 5' pentagons. An aerial view of the exhibition mimicked the composition of eumelanin, the specific melanin that creates brown and black skin tones.
Pollock Printing is a multi-generational family-owned printer located in Nashville, TN.
I was brought on as a consultant to help bring the company's look up-to-date through new designs and processes.
Photos of the printed material coming soon.