We enjoyed seeing the range of interesting exhibits in the process gallery, from graphics to grills to architecture. The exhibit allowed you to consider design not as one discipline but as a way of looking at how we interact with time, space and things in the real world whether graphics, pen design or architecture.
We loved seeing families enjoying the experience and how the exposure to great design will change the perspective of our children growing up in West Michigan.
Paul Martus from Newell Rubbermaid was awesome and enjoyable to work with.
Brandon Alman from the UICA was very helpful providing materials, tools, and ideas.
Sara Klele from West Michigan Design Week was also helpful with the entire process.
Thanks to Josh Tyron from Sidecar Studios for the photos.