Marvel Exhibit Design

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

  Marvel owned an existing booth but it didn’t have the impact and grander that they were looking for. I used the existing parts and pieces in a totally different way to create a closed off space that had plenty of space to meet, look at merchandise, visit the theater and just lounge.  Each corner or the booth was dedicated to a different franchise of their...

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Celanese 2008 Exhibit Design

Posted on May 5, 2008

This was a project that was done for a green based paint company.  They wanted a double deck to hold meetings along with area for storage and several demo areas where people could use their paint products.  I came up with this design to highlight their green aspects through the 3-form plexi panels with natural reeds incapsulated within.  The demo stations had paint cans sunken into the table tops to hold their product....

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Cox Heritage Center Design

Posted on Apr 11, 2008

This was a concept that I designed for the Cox Group’s history museum in their corporate headquarters.  They wanted to see some various ideas on how to display their history.  I wanted it to have some flexibility and be able to be updated.

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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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Michelin Exhibit Design

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

  Michelin wanted a enclosed space with only a few entrances for their aeronautics division, they also wanted a double deck for meetings.  I knew that a square deck would start to look a little plain so I tracked down a circular deck and went to work in shrouding it with fabric.  For some added branding I designed a few tables that used their tires as the base.  Tires were also mounted to the walls for display.

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Fundtech Exhibit Design

Posted on Mar 20, 2008

This exhibit was designed for a financial software company. Â They wanted to stand out at the show in a fun way. Â Their brand was very bold so I decided to leverage there colors and their curved brand elements. Â I came up with a bold shape that met all of their needs. Â Each one of the vertical corner elements were for specific needs meetings, software demo, looping video and storage

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Viz Media Exhibit Design 2

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

  This was the second design that I did for Viz Media. They wanted a gallery look but a very modern feel.  I took queues from a few Japanese museums but added more of a comic book look and feel to the design.  I used color changing lights on some of the elements along with a large projection screen to create movement.  The rest of the space was designed to be an interactive area dedicated to the education of the Viz brand. To make the design and...

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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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Viz Media Exhibit Design 1

Posted on Jan 18, 2008

This Exhibit was designed for Viz Media’s Comic con show. I designed this with the concept of it being a gallery of there history.  Originally the concept was a museum that was “taken over” by the Viz characters.  I wanted the graphics that I created to dictate the architecture.  The space had a very controlled attendant flow so that each person who visited the exhibit would get a full walk through of Viz media’s history from start to...

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