Museum of Science and Industry

John Llewellyn

John Llewellyn's purpose in life is to share the wonders of the world – with the world's people. In order to achieve this lofty goal, John continuously utilizes and refines his skills in creative direction, interpretation and design. By paying close attention to what the AUDIENCE needs and wants, John helps to lead projects along the hard road from undefined possibility to concrete success.

John Llewelyn,  Museum of Science and Industry
Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
Chicago

Take Flight: Vintage 727 Exhibit Soars to New Heights

Take Flight: Vintage 727 Exhibit Soars to New Heights

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In 1994, Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry opened “Take Flight,” one of their most popular exhibits featuring the fuselage of a retired Boeing 727 passenger plane. Today, more than 25 years later, Studio Matthews (exhibit designers) and Belle & Wissell (media experience designers) have redesigned the exhibit’s displays while updating the story of commercial aviation for 21st century visitors.

Luci Creative Unveils Innovative Design for Exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry

"Turn Back the Clock" at MSI

Full-service creative agency Luci Creative collaborated with the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago (MSI) to create and execute the design and fabrication of the Museum’s newest temporary exhibit, "Turn Back the Clock." The recently launched exhibit explores the history and enduring relevance of “The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’’ iconic Doomsday Clock, one of the most provocative symbols of the 20th century that represents the global threats due to nuclear weapons and climate change and is currently set at two and a half minutes to midnight

Museum of Science and Industry Wayfinding

This Way to Science

Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry needs to inspire a new generation of scientists. But first, it needs to show them the way through a colossal space.

If you ever wondered how 27 million people could have attended the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893, then perhaps you haven’t set foot inside the Museum of Science and Industry. Housed in Burnham and Root’s Palace of Fine Arts—the only one of approximately 200 World’s Fair structures still standing—it encompasses 1.3 million square feet.  

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