Ham House is a stunning 17th-century house that sits alongside the River Thames near to Richmond. It’s owned by National Trust, and as part of their Trust New Art programme they commissioned an innovative exhibition of contemporary art for the house's beautiful gardens. Garden of Reason featured the work of nine contemporary artists, who created pieces inspired by the gardens, by their original owner Elizabeth Dysart, and by the social and political context of the time (often known as the Age of Reason). We created the overall identity for the show, using a geometric abstraction of part of the garden, which we echoed in the letterforms of the logo. We then applied this to the various printed materials for the exhibition, including the programme, press ads, banners, flyers, invitations and posters.