From the Ground Up Exhibition

Client: Natural History Museum of Utah
Project: As part of small design team for this 2000 square foot temporary exhibit, I was honored to create the graphics package that told the story of how the architecture, exhibit design, in-house museum experts, and consultants came together to create the new Natural History Museum of Utah. Like the museum as a whole, the design of this exhibit was inspired by an abstraction of the TIN--triangular irregular networks--geographic mapping diagram. Graphics included large map timeline on the floor that led visitors through the exhibit, large semi-translucent walls, series of photo panels, drawings from the architects and exhibit designers blown up to as much as 9 feet on the surrounding walls. 
Role: Graphic Designer

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