On the Go was an exhibition at the 2016 London Design Festival which explored if design can intervene to take the social stigma away from our most primordial bodily activity and whether on-the-go toileting is a utopian or dystopian prospect. Hyte designed the exhibition identity, display graphics and overall layout.
The identity and design of the exhibition was based on industrial factory interiors giving them a more speculative future twist as an ode to the works exhibited. The future factory was chosen as this is where on-the-go toileting is most commonly utilised and made. In fitting with this concept objects within the exhibition were displayed and labeled as factory prototypes and archival materials. The signage, tables and hangings took on an elaborate utilitarian aesthetic through the use of modular fittings and automated type design.
On The Go was a collaboration between Studio Hyte, Dirty Furniture Magazine and Tekram.