This week, we're revisiting an exciting project from our portfolio, The Indiana Historical Society.
When it comes to catching someone's attention, a little interaction can go a long way! As many of us right-minded individuals can verify, sometimes a block of text just won't cut it. Sometimes in order to stay interested, you have to be included!
That's where EXPO steps in. How about a few lights, some flashing colors? Now do we have your attention?
That's better! Our design team has utilized basic principles of art such as shape, color, repetition, and rhythm to achieve impelling results that pique curiosity. If our jobs are done correctly, the excitement of EXPO displays will help invite guests investigate exhibits closely. And of course, to have fun!
If you're ever in the area, visit our interactive wall at the Marmon Wasp exhibit here at the Indiana Historical Society. While the Marmon Wasp became the first car not only to win the Indy 500 in 1911, but the driver was the first to do so without a technician. EXPO has provided Hoosiers with a way to look underneath the Wasp's hood and inspect under the hood, just like a mechanic. Check it out!
Excellent work everyone. Be sure to check it out!