For over 20 years, Darren David has traversed the blurry edges at the intersection of technology and design, exploring nearly every conceivable project role as both client and contributor. Darren's rich and storied career has wound from paper to pixels to people, across a myriad of companies and ventures that ultimately led to several “world’s firsts” and awards. At Stimulant, he provides business, vision and experience design leadership for an inspiring team of like-minded compatriots and pioneers, from whom he learns something new every day.
Michael Donovan is a founding partner of Donovan/Green, a marketing communication and design consultancy. He continues to evolve as an active and creative entrepreneur. With his wife and partner, Nancye Green, Michael Donovan has engaged in the development of the next iteration of a strategy-based communication agency. Their firm provides integrated all-media solutions in exclusive relationships with select clients. In that context, Donovan/Green provides enterprise-wide strategy and branding leadership as well as creative execution.
A new museum celebrates Delta’s journey from crop-dusting company to one of the world’s largest commercial air carriers.
In two vintage hangars next door to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Delta Air Llnes relives its journey from a crop-dusting operation founded in Macon, Georgia, to one of the world’s largest commercial air carriers.
The Delta Flight Museum opened in October 2014 at the company’s corporate headquarters with an exhibit designed by Lorenc+Yoo Design (Atlanta), in collaboration with S&W Architects.
The Hall of Fame designed by Gallagher & Associates is an evocative and emotional experience highlighting the history and drama of the game, the emotions of the players, coaches, and fans, and the traditions of the "Saturday" game.
Pentagram’s exhibition for The New York Public Library celebrates a special birthday for the landmark building it calls home.
The New York Public Library may be better known for Patience and Fortitude, the regal marble lions guarding the entrance to its main branch at Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street, than it is for the 60 million artifacts it holds.
P-06 creates a reflective exhibition celebrating the centennial of the Portuguese Constitution of 1911.
One hundred years after the Portuguese Constitution of 1911 inaugurated the country’s first republican government, the Portuguese Assembly wanted to celebrate its impact and remind visitors that the Constitution is more than just a piece of paper.
P-06 Atelier (Lisbon) was tasked with creating an exhibition in its honor in the antechamber to the Assembly of the Republic, housed in a 400-year-old neoclassical palace.