Angela Ruiz

BA (Hons) Graphic Design - Farnham


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Burning matches. A typology of censorship

Final major project born as a response to the increasing literary and artistic content that has been censored during the past years.

Burning matches: a typology of censorship, is an exhibition that urges the audience to realise and resist the effects of censorship that surround them, even those they are not aware of.

Inspired by Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 and historical book burnings events, it uses the image of a matchbox as a symbol for censorship and thus, relaying on the symbolism of fire as a destructive force. The outcome, a collection of carefully designed matchboxes that portrays and typifies different aspects of censorship.

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Posters promoting the exhibition.
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Intended display of the matchboxes.
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French fold brochure for the exhibition.
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