Picasso: Peace and Freedom
Tate Liverpool's exhibition explored the post-war period of the artist’s life, focusing on a period when Picasso was a member of the French Communist Party and actively involved in politics and the peace movement during the Cold War.
Dorothy worked on the launch campaign for the exhibition, designing a bespoke font inspired by the iconic posters of the Paris May ‘68 uprisings, capturing the spirit of post-war social uprisings and protests in Europe. Dorothy used the font across all press, outdoor and online advertising. The typeface was also used across exhibition branding and on Picasso merchandise sold in the Tate store, including a 'Give Picasso a Chance' limited edition poster designed by Dorothy.