Corporate Design, Print
Brochure and various advertising materials for the “Reunification of the English Garden” campaign. The Munich English Garden, one of the largest city parks in the world, was cut into two parts by a four-lane city motorway in 1966. The Munich architects and city planners Hermann Grub and Petra Lejeune had the idea of calling for the reunification of the English Garden and moving the traffic route underground to a tunnel. For this purpose they set up a foundation and a non-profit association. Grub + Lejeune succeeded in getting the people of Munich excited about the project with a lot of commitment and good public relations work. In this context, brochures, large-format posters, folders and an exhibition in the Chinese Tower were created.