Picture My World is the result of a two-month long project by the Institute of Mental Health (IMH) that allows individuals who are recovering or have recovered from mental illness to use photography to communicate their feelings.
The logo design presented two aspects of the project by featuring a camera to bring about photography and parts of a jigsaw puzzle to illustrate recovery.
A postcard was designed to disseminate information about the exhbition. The design incorporated fragments of the participants photographs in an eye-catching collage.
The design of the website kept to clear navigation to the various sections that featured a showcase of the participants’ photographs that are accompanied by their thoughts, a video on their process, resources to understand mental illness, photography therapy and useful helplines, and exhibition details.