Earthborn Exhibit Design

Posted on Jan 4, 2011

  This was a design that was done for Earthborn Holistic Pet Food.  This exhibit was a tough one from the start because the client had a lot of demands, Lightweight, inexpensive, well lit, easy to set-up by two people, Later I found out that it was a peninsula and that it needed to reconfigure into a 10×20 as well.  The client had also been using an exhibit for around ten years so they were looking very...

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Piloti Exhibit Design

Posted on Oct 3, 2008

This design was for a high-end racing shoe.  They wanted the 20×20 to have a VIP feel with only one entrance.  The rest of the space was dedicated to one on one meetings and product display.  I wanted to create a dynamic space that had a lot of draw.  To do this I made a two layer fabric shell that had color changing LED’s set between the layers.  This client also wanted to do a 10×20, 10×10 and some small displays for a rented hotel...

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Mitsubishi Exhibit Design

Posted on Apr 8, 2008

  Mitsubishi came to us wanting to have a dynamic exhibit designed for the release of a new product.  For this design I used some standard fabric structures hung in an interesting way to create a interesting center piece that we then projected light and logos on.  They also wanted the design to reconfigure into a 10×20.

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HMI Exhibit Design/Animation

Posted on Feb 8, 2008

  This Exhibit was designed for Herman Miller on a release of their new furniture line. They wanted the booth to have a showroom feel but also be flexible enough to reconfigure into a 10×20, 20×20, 20×30 and a 20×40. They also wanted to see what the exhibit could do in the future with the same parts and pieces. With my furniture background I was very aware of Herman Miller and what their brand ment to furniture design so I wanted to create a space that would highlight their new stuff but still pay homage to their history. When it came to the animation I...

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Sterling Optical Exhibit Design

Posted on Jun 17, 2007

This exhibit had a very interesting problem that needed to be solved.  the client wanted to have the three divisions showing in a single space but in distinctly separate areas.  They also wanted to be able to break those three areas into their own exhibits that could be showing at different shows at the same time.  They also wanted the brand to look cohesive across the three divisions.  The design solved this by...

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NMS Exhibit Design

Posted on May 4, 2007

  NMS Communications is a telecommunications company that went to many different size exhibits at various shows.  For this design I wanted to leverage their brand but still give them a flexible space.  I decided to design a structure that hid sections of it’s self so that various graphics could be moved in and out depending on the configurations.  Demo’s were very important as well so they wanted a lot...

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Tri-tech Exhibit Design

Posted on Mar 8, 2007

  This was a design for a software company that serviced the firefighters and the police officers, each of their brands for these two divisions used different colors, imagery and approach to the show, but wanted to show in the same space.  I designed the exhibit two have two sides divided by a central tower.  One division wanted to present to their clients while the other was going with a demo approach.  Each of the sides of the exhibit were designed to accommodate this approach. Â

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Fontaine Blue Exhibit Design

Posted on Feb 20, 2007

For this exhibit the client wanted me to create the feel of their hotels in a 10×10 space. Â I did a lot of research on their hotels and started seing elements that were specific to their spaces. Â I took as many of those elements and worked them into the exhibit you see above.

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EMI Exhibit Design

Posted on Jan 30, 2006

This was a few different designs that I did for EMI’s Christian Music division. The client wanted to have areas to meet some of their artists as well as listening stations and meeting areas. Â I designed custom listening pods that would work outside of their exhibit. Â The client also wanted to have their exhibit reconfigure into a 10×20.

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