Interdisciplinary. Community. Advocacy. Humor.
The Penumbra Holding Group Collection contains items from a financial society whose members engage in events and rituals not known to the general public. Only the artifacts are evidence of the group’s existence. The objects for the society fall under three sections, the masculine, the feminine, and the sacred. Masculine items are often brass with military influences. The feminine pieces tend to be more decorative in nature containing currency and silver. The sacred items are influenced by The Church and are a mix of metal and wood. Imagery for all items relate to the financial, economic and business sectors. The color palette is limited to predominately red, black, green, and navy plus metals. Red and black denote accounting status. Green symbolizes money and growth, while navy has connotations with business suits and stability.