The pop-up exhibit assumes no familiarity with the events of May 4, and houses curated content from the May 4 Visitor’s Center and Kent State University Libraries, Special Collections.
Additionally, a digital “Listening Wall” experience allows visitors to watch, listen, and learn about May 4 through archival videos, articles, oral histories, and photographs. Visitors can then create a creative response to any of the exhibit content, challenging them to reflect upon the way in which issues of equality, justice, and human rights—then and now—are deeply connected.
Roofsmith RestorationCrafting a confident brand toolkit for an ambitious roofing company
Christ Community ChapelDesigning a comprehensive brand system, space, and web app to empower a church to reimagine its mission
Charles Koch Institute and Foundation WebsitesBuilding a pair of custom, responsive websites for a social philanthropy foundation and institute
ArcotRedefining the world leader in digital payment security
North Water Brewing Co.Branding a local brewery with a quirky name, brand, and signage system
Honeycutt PropertiesCreating a boldly framed brand for a real estate company in New Bern, North Carolina
Mapping May 4Designing an exploratory web app that maps the oral histories of May 4, 1970.
Poynter-Koch Media & Journalism FellowshipDesigning an adaptive brand system for a thought-leading journalism fellowship program
Traveling StanzasDesigning a comprehensive set of digital writing tools, spaces, and apps with an award-winning poetry center
Fieldstone CounselingComing Soon
CRG TechnologiesDesigning a vibrant brand for a team of API management experts
Neighborhood VoicesBuilding a humble website highlighting the poetry, memoirs, and essays written by everyday Clevelanders
TiccoNaming, branding, web, and product design for a network of people shaping cities
The Project on Rural MinistryCrafting a brand identity for a regional interdisciplinary initiative that celebrates the unique characteristics of the communities who participate
Better BlockGuiding a grass-roots tactical urbanism and brand project for an historic district in Kent, Ohio
Daisy CakesCrafting a colorful brand identity for a growing cake pop business
Parkside StudentsForming an adaptive brand identity created with a restrained typography and expressive collages for a growing youth ministry
Misc LogosVarious logos we’ve created over the years