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Wish You Were Here: At the Long Center for Performing Arts
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Wish You Were Here: Kayaking on Lady Bird Lake
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Greetings From Austin, TX in graffiti on a brick wall
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The graphic solutions were often as layered as the content. (image: rendering of Fateful Failures graphic)
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The Spy Museum pushed for scenic approaches and surprises around every corner. (image: panorama of gallery)
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People begin their undercover mission in the Spies and Spy Masters Gallery where theatrical vignettes and walls of trade tools bring human intelligence stories to life. (image: gallery with thematic scenes)
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Layered installations highlight key human intelligence figures along with their intriguing spy gadgets, creating a world of spy stories to illuminate a different perspective on history. (image: larger-than life depictions of spies)
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The emotional storytelling is a dramatic entry into the tradecraft of stealing secrets. (image: exhibit featuring the Oklahoma City bombing)
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G&A created this “Red-Teaming” interactive to recreate the CIA’s process of pinpointing Osama bin Laden’s hiding place. (image: woman using touchscreen)
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The original International Spy Museum concept, launched in 2002, was conceived by owner Milton Maltz and envisioned by G&A’s founder, Patrick Gallagher. His interdisciplinary team designed a new model for immersive museums. (image: exterior of museum)
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Exhibition Espionage—G&A at the All New International Spy Museum (image: visitors interact with game experience)
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SignAgent Launches Mobile App (image: hand holds iPad while plane takes off)
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A Week Seen Through My Lens—Lucy Holmes
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Photograph of Lucy Holmes, Lucy Holmes Design
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2019 Wayfinding and Placemaking Agenda
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2019 SEGD Wayfinding Agenda
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JOBS image
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An Interactive Reflection of Your Future Self by Universal Everything
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SEGD 2019 Global Design Merit Award - Animate Turangalila
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PhotoWorksGroup (Booth 304)
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Mural features the Cinnamon Ducks of elewexe (Paso Robles) and the graphic pattern element represents the Salinas River “highway”
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The Salmon restoration is an important story for the ts?pxatu (Avila) location. (image: large wall mural of salmon with numeral 3)
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Murals stack vertically on each floor creating placemaking identity for residences. The Black bear influcenced the colors for tilhini (San Luis Obispo) building (image: stairwell with bear wall)
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Three of the buildings have a stairway at the second and third floors along the mural wall, creating a connection between the two floor’s sub-stories. (image: large mural of rocks on concrete stairwell)
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Ground floor mural in the tš?lkukun?tš (Carrizo Plains) building is the story of the rabbit’s den (image: large mural of rabbit on concrete wall)
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Overview elevations of the seven student housing buildings showing the stacked mural locations and how the stories and substories progress in the building.
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Green wall with YouTube’s Artifact Museum of memorabilia from famous YouTubers
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View of the YouTube lobby from the entrance
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Detail of the fabric covering the digital wall display of abstracted LED’s
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View of the reception with YouTube’s sign reflecting the digital wall display
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Visitor stepping on a floor medallion at center of the digital wall experience
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Filtering out city distractions, one of four viewing frames encourages visitors to focus on specific moments of the park experience. (image: circular sign directs the visitor view toward water)
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A trail of wayfinding and poetic marquees constructed of up-cycled pallets. Overlooking a recycling facility, nature and industries’ relationship to the bayou is emphasized. (image: shipping pallet repurposed as sign)
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At the site of industrial silos, four beacon sets made from locally sourced oil barrels narrate the bayous history, community, ecology and feature engagement activities. (image: stacked barrels spell out "history")
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At Japhet Creek, an assortment of activities encouraged walking the trails. Installations used recycled materials whenever possible, like this repurposed container. (image: visitors around a table with graphics and in front of a shipping container)
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A map served as a passport that encouraged the visitor to interact with all of the sites along the bayou. (image: visitor stamps paper map)
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Each of the six Encounter teams presented a proposal for their site-based installations along Buffalo Bayou to the stakeholders and the public. (image: proposal composite with shipping container graphics)
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Six large cubes that featured each of the six sites of the Encounter installations lined the waterfront at the original port of Houston. (image: large wooden cube with text emblazoned on it)
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"Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy"  (image: exhibit featuring boat design)
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"Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy"  (image: exhibit featuring boat design)
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"Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy" (image: exhibit featuring boat design)
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"Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy"  (image: exhibit featuring boat design)
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"Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy"
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"Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy" (image: exhibit featuring white backgrounds, clean lines and boat hull design)
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"Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy" (image: title wall of exhibit featuring clean lines and boat hull design)
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"Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy" (image: exhibit featuring clean lines and boat hull design)
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