• Immersive Exhibit at MOCA

    On the Shelves of Kam Wah Chung is an immersive exhibition that celebrates the medical practice of Ing “Doc” Hay who became a prominent figure in eastern Oregon after the California Gold Rush. Practicing out of the Kam Wah… Read More

  • The Coffee Experience Center

    “Destination Starbucks” is the working name of a project that represents a significant opportunity for Starbucks Coffee Company to present itself and its unique story to the communities it serves. This project has inspired both excitement and self-examination for… Read More

  • Anacostia Community Museum

      Following the title of the exhibit we structure the gallery around the Big-Idea of gateways. Shown above is one of the three gateways. In the final gateway an artist created a “Day of the Dead” altar.  … Read More

  • Visual Literacy Interactive at the Museum of Art in Puerto Rico

      “The Elements of Art” is an art education digital interactive produced for el Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico Museum of Art) in San Juan Puerto Rico. The kiosk is physically located in the ActivArte… Read More

  • Bilingual Exhibits

    According to the Pew Research Center, “The U.S. has more immigrants than any other country in the world. Today, more than 40 million people living in the U.S. were born in another country” By the 2050, it is estimated that… Read More

  • Chinese Food exhibit

    Museum of Chinese in America

    Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy; Stories of Chinese Food and Identity in America weaves together complex stories through a dynamic video installation featuring pioneering chefs, and banquet setting created but notable contemporary Chinese-American ceramist. Museum Environments worked with curator Herb Tam… Read More

  • El Museo del Barrio

    El Museo del Barrio reopened after renovations with a fresh new look, two new exhibits and celebrating a 40th anniversary. The extensive $35 million, six-years-in-the-making rehab work has added a welcoming new  courtyard and refurbished galleries. Julián Zugazagoitía, the museum’s director,… Read More

  • El Paso

    El Paso Museum of History

    The exhibit aims to engage the visitor in conversation with the people of El Paso as verily as possible.

  • Art Exhibitions at the IDB Gallery

    “FLOW: Economies of the Look and Creativity in Contemporary Art from the Caribbean” art exhibit at the Inter-American Development Bank Gallery in Washington DC. The exhibit explores the aesthetic diversity of the Caribbean as reflected in the work of… Read More

  • Title panel for exhibit

    Inter-American Development Bank Exhibit

    Speechless is a traveling exhibit for the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). The exhibit is the culmination of a social-inclusion project in Ecuador. The panels display the work of children with disabilities where technology has enabled them to improve their educational… Read More

  • Disney Family Museum

    The Walt Disney Family Museum is an institution honoring Walt Disney, the man who raised animation to an art, tirelessly pursued innovation, and created a distinctly American legacy that transformed the entertainment world. Located in the scenic Presidio of San… Read More

  • Architecture Exhibit at the Boston Public Library

    In partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Boston Public Library presented a major gallery exhibition, tours, lectures, and an interactive website dedicated to highlighting Guastavino’s work. The exhibit Places for the People was displayed in a beautiful vaulted… Read More

  • Indiana State Museum

    A local museum with a global perspective that inspires their audience with exhibits that are provocative, enjoyable and beneficial.

  • National Constitution Center

      A museum designed to inspire active citizenship by celebrating the American constitutional tradition.   Credits Graphic Design: Mariano Desmaras Project Director: Chris Mecilli Content Coordinator: David Mandel Project Manager: Karen Pollard  

  • Museum of Jewish Heritage

    Biographical, literary and cultural history flow and merge into one exhibit: Emma Lazarus, Poet of Exiles.

  • Boston Public Library

    An exhibit designed for the diverse audiences of the Boston Public Library. A layered label system has content for kids as well as for the serious viewers.  

  • Trinity School Anniversary

    Trinity School 300th Anniversary

    A campus-wide exhibit celebrates an important milestone. The exhibit development process fostered the participation of all stakeholders: students, faculty and alumni.

  • Smithsonian Latino Center

    Smithsonian Latino Center

    Panamanian Passages is a fully bilingual exhibit for the Smithsonian Latino Center. The need for bilingual labels in exhibits about Latin American are more often a matter of identity and self-representation than readership. Even though it is true… Read More

  • Radio Free Europe

    Radio Free Europe

    Dimensional typography makes clear what happens inside the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty headquarters in Prague.

  • American Finance

    Museum of American Finance

    The topic of financial literacy is new to museums. Our designs create new display strategies for the timely subject. Located on Wall St., it is the only museum in the nation dedicated to preserving, exhibiting and teaching about American… Read More