It's not always easy to recognize the connection between farms and everyday consumer products. This interactive display helps change that, with rotating wheels that let you match photos of agricultural commodities to photos of consumer goods made from those commodities. With almost 30 ag commodities included, it's a great way to learn about the farming roots of a wide variety of products. * #exhibitfarm
Alex Wilkie Nature Reserve is a beautiful area of remnant bushland in the City of Greater Dandenong. Working with Council’s Conservation Engagement team, we designed and delivered an interpretive display within the Visitor Centre. The display is firmly focussed on education, using interactive elements, illustration and photography to share local biodiversity stories with a wide audience.
A three-and-a-half year long effort made possible by a 12 million dollar donation from William H. Gross. The approach ranged from colorful galleries designed to excite the younger generation to a more serious stamp salon where philatelists can spend hours…
In spring of 2013, the Western Gallery at Western Washington University in Bellingham hosted a retrospective exhibition of Volume’s work. This show was the latest in the gallery’s ongoing Masters of Design series that has honored other contemporary design luminaries including Michael Vanderbyl and Art Chantry. Subtitled Our Work Shouldn’t Be Here, the 5000 square-foot [...]