The Exploreum was in need of a custom wayfinding signage that would not interfere with traffic or the open design of the main atrium. This subway inspired bar installation allows updating for traveling exhibits and additional special features.
When CLA first opened in a donated building, the main entry was near impossible to identify and was also heavily damaged. A new custom canopy gave presence to the doorway while brushed stainless corner plates provided signage, anticipation and covered a multitude of sins.
Taking the Moda naming concept to the streets with bright energetic colors that would travel well in downtown spaces.
The city museum is in a wonderful building with several challenges. It has several entry looking features and the front is covered by large street front trees. A series of 6 large banners now extend from the building face. The inner four flank the main entrance while the outer two positions are for featured exhibits.
Featured exhibit banners for the City Museum. These were positioned across the front of the building with smaller versions for streetscape light poles.
To better capture the joy of a visit to Bellingrath a very expressive original oil was commissioned and carefully planned to work in outdoor with type.
Illustration by Ted Burn
In an effort to empower local schools and promote greater achievement, outdoor showings were used to rally and educate the community.
Big Membership Drive calls for Big Enthusiastic Boards.
Proposed posting for then new company to memorably introduce itself and the
character of its product to travelers at the regional airport.
Light pole banners for traveling exhibit. When you can't show the thing, show
the flavor of the thing.
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