April 2012

Poulin + Morris - The Natural History Museum of Utah

Poulin + Morris (New York) developed a comprehensive environmental graphic design program for The Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City. The program includes exterior and interior graphics for its public areas, galleries, cafe, museum shop, and administrative offices, as well as wayfinding, donor recognition, and code-required sign elements for the new 153,000-square-foot museum designed by Ennead Architects.

Studio SC

photo of University of Washington's Wayne Gittinger Building

Studio SC (Seattle) created the environmental graphic design program for The University of Washington’s new Wayne Gittinger Baseball Team building. The graphics highlight individual players—both past and present—and the mechanics of baseball, through a series of large-scale images and inspirational typographic statements.

White Design Studio

photo of United Way of Cincinnati's Convening Center

White Design Studio (Cincinnati) worked with GBBN Architects and Murphy Catton to develop an integrated signage, wayfinding, environmental branding, and donor recognition system for the United Way of Cincinnati’s new Convening Center. The program guides visitors through the building while interpreting the United Way’s local history, aims and achievements, donors, and impact on the community.


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