Trade Show Booth Designs
Client: Grant Victor One of my responsibilities as a designer for Grant Victor has been to conceptualize and design booths and graphics for our many trade shows. Because Grant Victor comprises four separate companies and often exhibits with other companies as well, it is imperative that the designs I create can be re-worked and implemented in a variety of ways. The shows Grant Victor exhibits at range from small, tabletop spaces, all the way up to 20'x20' freestanding spaces. I have designed numerous, interchangeable backwall "skins" for our different booths, as well as tabletop graphics, pull-up banners, and other displays for trade shows.
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Boyani, Kenya Mural
Client: Boyani Primary School In November, 2015, I had the opportunity to go to Kenya to take part in a humanitarian aid project funded by Grant Victor. My primary objective was to design and oversee the painting of a mural for the Boyani Primary School—a school building funded by Grant Victor to replace the mud hut the students and teachers formerly met in. Boyani is known for being near an elephant migration area. The women in the village are known to be hard workers: often carrying one or even two children while they work in the fields or carry water to their homes. When I designed the mural, I included a mother elephant with her baby in the foreground, and another mother/baby animal pair in the background. The babies are close to their moms (the baby elephant even holding it’s mother’s tail) to not only demonstrate the physical closeness on the mothers to their children, but the closeness of the community of Boyani in general. I included bright colors to reflect the happiness and joy the people of Boyani radiate. The entire design was kept simple, because we had less than two days, limited resources, and one rickety ladder to pull […]
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