DYCKMAN FARMHOUSE MUSEUM

visual Identity
proposal
Bruce Mau Design

CD: Elvira Barriga

2014
visual identity for dyckman farmhouse museum, the LAST dutch colonial style farmhouse OF ITS KIND IN THE CITY, built in c. 1784 and opened as a museum in 1916. THE MUSEUM is nestled in a small garden and is an extraordinary reminder of early manhattan and an important part of its diverse inwood neighborhood. the center-aligned typographY playfully interacts with abstract illustrations of different objects and flowers unique to THE museum and its garden.





duy pham is a Vietnamese canadian graphic designer and art director, originally from saigon and now based in New york city.
he specializes in visual identity and experience design at the intersection of art and culture, and believes in the transformative power of building emotional connections between people, places, and ideas.

duy previously worked at bruce mau design, local projects, and 2x4.
he is also a collector of comme des garçons and objects of curiosity.
contact: duyphamk at gmail dot com