Brad Kaye of Disney Entertainment Productions referred B3DigiGrafx to KSM Architecture for a changeling museum exhibit in the Huntington Library.
The Huntington, in partnership with the Gamble House, USC, presents the most comprehensive exhibition ever undertaken on the work of Arts and Crafts legends Charles Sumner Greene and Henry Mather Greene—the first such exhibition to travel outside of California.
Kelly Sutherlin McLeod the principal of KSM contacted B3digiGrafx to provide graphics that would meet the strict requirements of the Huntington. The graphic wall panels were to fit into the gallery space in Pasadena CA. without permeate fitting to the wall. The entire exhibit was designed to move to additional galleries with its final site in the Smithsonian. Given the movable requirement along with budget constraints direct printing on styrene panels was the B3 solution.
Several 4’ x 8’ Sintra were printed on our flatbed HP FB6100 (Tempo) high resolution printer.
Panels were fitted to the museum gallery wall completing the “blueprint” effect desired by the exhibit designers. B3’s large format flatbed capability was critical in meeting all the demands of the project.
Similar to a large scale puzzle built to scale matching the interior architecture and the repositionable function to move these wall pieces to additional locations.
This exhibit was located in the Bandini Gallery. The exhibit featured architecture in the Los Angeles area. Kevin Murphy , Jessica Smith, Elizabeth Clingerman of The Huntington and Kelly Sutherlin McLeod of KSM Architecture were the inspiration behind the project.
After the successful completion of this exhibit, it was then moved to the Smithsonian Museum.