This exhibition brings together for the first time a selection of the exhibition graphic design projects of Philip Van Keuren. The examples shown include yearly exhibition calendars, cards, and publications dating from his first independent graphic design project for the Dallas Museum of Art in 1988. The vast bulk of the work comes from Van Keuren's directorship of the Pollock Gallery at Southern Methodist University from 1991 to 2012. Now a Professor of Art in the Division of Art at Southern Methodist University and Director Emeritus of the Pollock Gallery, Van Keuren designed these projects without any formal training in graphic design. With careful proportions and simple straightforward layout Van Keuren's graphic design accomplishments provide an insightful corollary to his work as a poet, visual artist, and gallery curator/director for twenty-two years. The exhibition is guest curated by Ben Bascombe, Deputy Director, Pollock Gallery.