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Remington Cleve, Graphic Designer at the Museum of Science and Industry has 10 years of professional experience in graphic and exhibition design. He landed an internship in the Museum of Science and Industry's Design+Exhibit Development department in his 2nd year at the International Academy of Design and Technology. It was a trial by fire, with his first day seeing him designing final production files for the historic annual celebration of African-American excellence in the fields of science, technology, engineering and medicine for the Black Creativity exhibition.
Since then Remington Cleve hasn't looked back. Upon graduating with a BFA in Advertising and Design, he earned a staff position as Production Associate, a title created explicitly for his unique set of skills. He has since earned the title of Graphic Designer III.
Remington Cleve has served as lead designer on projects including the biennial Black Creativity Innovation Studio, MSI Flight School flight simulators, and the annual Christmas Around the World and Holidays of Light celebration, including offsite graphic installations. In the course of providing intriguing and relevant content for nearly 1.5 million guests per year, he has been honored to work with massive brands and intellectual property including Warner Bros. Harry Potter, Dr. Seuss, Charles M. Schulz' Peanuts, multiple iterations of Gunther von Hagens' Body Worlds, and the Walt Disney archive.
Remington Cleve handles projects from inception to execution. For him, this brings an unparalleled feeling of accomplishment. He enjoys working on projects from initial concepts through the seemingly endless drafts and drawings until the project's launch. In addition to Black Creativity Innovation Studio and MSI Flight School, Remington Cleve has lead the design of Materials Science, student educational program and interactive experience Mission to Mars and the White City Tour experience.
Remington Cleve provides simplistic, innovative answers to complex questions. He has found that this affords him an understanding of his own design process. Revealing other's potential with a few strokes of the pen or keyboard is his favorite part of collaboration. Remington feels that the secret to providing solutions is that they already exist; it up to the parties involved to unearth it.
See his work at remingtoncleve.com