The Leonardo is a newly opened Science, Art and Technology museum in Salt Lake City. Named for the great artist, inventor and innovator, Leonardo DaVinci, the museum is a hub for education, art, culture and experimentation.
For the new incarnation of Austin’s beloved children’s museum, Asterisk Group created a program of building signage and donor recognition to complement the workshop aesthetic of the new facility and its exhibits.
Filling the Institute of Contemporary Art’s (ICA) entire second-floor galleries and Ramp, and activating the in-between spaces of the museum, Stefan Sagmeister’s The Happy Show offers visitors the experience of walking into the designer’s mind as he attempts to increase his happiness via mediation, cognitive therapy, and mood-altering pharmaceuticals.
Skidmore, Owings,& Merrill (SOM) Graphic Design Studio worked with the Oakland Museum of California to design the environmental graphics program for the Museum renovation and to develop a new graphic identity for this beloved California institution.
Italian architect Fabio Novembre delights us with his work for the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy. The exhibition uses a colorful coding system that guides the visitor through a variety of Italian graphic design, that includes packaging, advertising, branding systems, videos and books.
Swire Properties appoints Marc & Chantal to design and produce ‘Frank Gehry. Architect’ – an exhibition through the creative process of the world-renowned architect, Frank Gehry.
Harry Pearce’s team at Pentagram has designed the identity and environmental graphics for the recently refurbished Launchpad, an interactive gallery aimed at schoolchildren in the London Science Museum. Pearce has created a vibrant, colourful identity that reflects the spirit of fun inherent to Launchpad, where learning is presented through hands-on