Exhibition Design

Music Packaging
Music Packaging
December 12, 2014
Exhibition DesignExhibition DesignExhibition DesignClient: Queens Historical SocietyLeading The Way –
Six Outstanding Women Of Queens
Exhibition graphics and Logo treatment“Leading the Way: Six Outstanding Women of Queens.” Featuring women from diverse fields and backgrounds, who at one point in their lives lived and worked in Queens, the exhibition highlights the life and work of Helen Keller, Betty Friedan, Rise Stevens, Lisa Randall, Grace Lee Boggs, and Yeou-Cheng Ma. This exhibition serves as an introduction to six extraordinary women who lived in Queens at critical and significant times in their lives.
Exhibition DesignExhibition DesignExhibition DesignClient: The Godwin Ternbach MuseumPersuasive ImagesExhibition graphics and Logo treatmentThe World’s Fairs of 1939–40 and 1964–65 presented architecture in a variety of modern and postmodern styles. The photo exhibit Persuasive Images: Architecture and the 1939–40 and 1964–65 New York World’s Fairs will “reassess the conventional perceptions of the Fairs’ architecture, which was often ignored or ridiculed”.
Exhibition DesignClient: Queens MuseumPanorama Of Queens, 1965-2015 –
Fifty Years Of Landmarking
Exhibition graphicsCreated and produced colored lolipop markers to be placed on the Panorama to indicate the landmarked sites of Queens.
Exhibition DesignClient: American Museum
of Natural History
Life At The LimitsExhibition graphics
detail-exhibition-design-image1Client: Queens Historical SocietyRemembering Yesterday – Queens And Its World’s FairsExhibition Design, Environmental Design, Identity Design, Many Collateral Materials
exhibition-quakersClient: Queens Historical SocietyPracticing Equality – Quakers In QueensExhibition Design, Environmental Design, Identity Design, Many Collateral Materials
exhibitions-4Client: Queens Historical Society/New York Hall of ScienceScience at the FairsPosters, Banners and Exhibition GraphicsIn celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1964/65 World’s Fair, the Queens Historical Society in conjunction with the New York Hall of Science produced this exihibition to highlight the role and use of science in the 1939/40 and the 1964/65 World’s Fairs, which were emblematic of their respective historical contexts.