Museo Arqueologico La Serena

Josefina Bunster

Brand and exhibition graphics for the Archaeological Museum of La Serena, Chile. The brand proposal and exhibition design takes as its central axis the concept of layers, drawing inspiration from the idea that archeology brings the past into the present. In this way, archaeological history is not seen in a linear way, but rather as an intricate network of information and findings that intersect and connect.

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    Josefina Bunster, Chile (2018)

    Josefina is a Chilean designer and MA Design at New South Wales University, Australia, with more than 15 years of experience within the design industry. In 2013, she co founds...

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    Brand and exhibition graphics for the Archaeological Museum of La Serena, Chile. The brand proposal and exhibition design takes as its central axis the concept of layers, drawing inspiration from the idea that archeology brings the past into the present. In this way, archaeological history is not seen in a linear way, but rather as an intricate network of information and findings that intersect and connect.

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    • Subdirección Nacional de Museos de Chile
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    • Information design
    • Logo
    • Supergraphics
    Josefina Bunster, Chile (2018)

    Josefina is a Chilean designer and MA Design at New South Wales University, Australia, with more than 15 years of experience within the design industry.

    In 2013, she co founds DEO, a graphic design studio, with Ismael Prieto. The studio's name, inspired by the acronym of the concept “Designation of Origin”, conveys the interest of its founders on original and good quality design, with the intention of adding value to local industry and entrepreneurs. With works in corporate identity, packaging and exhibition design, the studio has participated successfully in biennials both in Chile and abroad.

    Josefina is also an active member of Chile Diseño (Chilean nonprofit association of designers).

    Education

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    Teacher

    • Undergraduate

    2013 – 2014

    • Universidad del Desarrollo (Chile)

    Teacher Design History

    Teacher

    • Undergraduate

    2013 – 2014

    • Universidad del Desarrollo (Chile)

    Teacher Critical Thinking

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      Lectures

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      ¿Qué esperar de un practicante?

      (2018)

      • Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile

      Portafolio: en casa de herrero, cuchillo de palo

      (2020)

      • Universidad Andres Bello, Chile

      Agencies

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      Awards

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      • 2014

      Bienal Iberoamericana de Diseño, Spain. Award: “Design& new ideas” for Renace project.
      • 2016

      LAD Awards, Peru. Bronze award (branding category), for Iconosur project.
      • 2016

      LAD Awards, Peru. Silver award (packaging category), for Vinos Fríos del Año project.
      • 2019

      Premio Chilediseño, Chile. Exhibition award for Theo Jansen project