Cool & Collected is a display of recent acquisitions featuring various building tools and models, as well as an extensive array of work from a local sculptor. I worked with the curator to develop a graphic look and feel for the show and to compile and design dozens of labels and panels. I also worked with the marketing and collections departments to take documentary photographs of many objects for press use.
I worked with the Collections department to photograph dozens objects featured in the exhibition for the Museum to share with press; these are a few.
When the Museum decided to host a second summer of mini golf in 2013, I took on a larger role in designing its graphics. In addition to updating the logo and designing ads and scorecards, I undertook the design of all the in-exhibition signage as well, creating directional and informational signage for each of the two 9-hole courses. I worked with curators, visitor services staff, the exhibition designer and installation team, printers, and other parties to design a signage scheme that was functional, informative, and sophisticated enough for a museum, yet playful enough to still feel like mini golf.
Another exhibition I contributed to was Detroit is No Dry Bones, an exhibition of photographs by Camilo José Vergara which examined both the ruins of Detroit and its surviving communities over the last 25 years. I worked with curators, the exhibition designer, printers, and installers to design and execute the title wall, panels, labels, vinyl appliqués, and more.