The Warsaw Ghetto is one of the biggest tragedies in the history of World War II and the Holocaust. Up to 450,000 people were forcefully separated, imprisoned and sent to concentration and death camps in 1940-1943. How is it possible to create an identity for the Warsaw Ghetto Museum? By dedicating this museum to every single person of the ghetto, and changing its name constantly. The type is created from Yiddish and Latin letters, and initials of ghetto victims are the key element of a logo that’s always changing, so no-one can be forgotten.
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