Photo of WalkNYC pedestrian wayfinding

Pentagram (worldwide), working with the consortium PentaCityGroup and the New York City Department of Transportation, helped design the graphic language for WalkNYC, a new system of pedestrian wayfinding.

DJ Stout and his team at Pentagram Austin developed a new name and identity for The Contemporary Austin, formerly known as AMOA-Arthouse.

Daniel Weil has created an interactive public exhibition for Body & Soul’s award-winning Life In My Shoes youth campaign. Designed using the principle of human curiosity, the exhibition invites visitors to look through peepholes in four large four-sided installations to read moving narratives about young people living with HIV.

As part of a major renovation of the Public Theater, Paula Scher created a program of environmental graphics that integrate her iconic identity for the New York institution into the architecture of the theater itself.

Luke Hayman and his team continue their work for active design with the graphics for FitNation, an exhibition at the Center for Architecture that looks at different ways built environments can help people stay physically fit.

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