Project Type: Environmental Design, Exhibition Design 
Client: School project
Designers: John Naboye, Angel Poon, Anna Schroeder, Quinton Wong, Cam Zimmel
Date: February 2020
I worked with a group of my talented peers to produce an exhibition design concept for Design Canada. After watching the film directed by Greg Durrell, we were all inspired to imagine what it would look like if it were translated to a physical space. We chose the Ernest E. Poole Gallery in the Art Gallery of Alberta as our venue, and catered the experience to this space. The gallery would expand on the film, giving attendees tangible examples of Canada's deep and wide-ranging design history. Below are examples of various pieces of collateral and promotional pieces, as well as an overview of the gallery experience.
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