Norman Rockwell's "The Clock Mender"
No doubt the illustration is familiar but did you know that Norman Rockwell used the Marshall Field's clock for the setting? To celebrate the anniversary of this iconic image, a larger-than-life (but extremely life-like!) recreation was hoisted into position at the corner of State and Randolph.
"Some of our most successful projects at Marshall Field's and Macy's were planned a year in advance, with sizeable budgets--others were executed successfully with a minimum of time and money".
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AMY MEADOWS >> EXHIBITION DESIGN PORTFOLIO
POP-UP ART LOOP: Empty storefronts? The Chicago Loop Alliance filled vacant properties with pop-up galleries throughout downtown Chicago. Behind the scenes, the spaces could be rough but by creating gallery walls, logos and lighting, raw interiors were transformed into eye-catching art installations.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT MUSEUM: One instrument from every country around the globe. A daunting task for the Collection and Curatorial teams at MIM. Just as daunting was the task to create number of Level 4 exhibits (artifact + 3D environment, audio and video) for Steinway, Martin guitars and the Shakuhachi from Japan. Personal favorite? Steinway. You want to take the piano apart? Yes!
CHICAGO’S FOODSEUM: The Foodseum is a start-up, pop-up museum dedicated to feeding your curiosity. With an inaugural exhibit tracing the history of the Hot Dog and Encased Meats, it was important to trace the various spices and flavors that created distinctive sausages around the globe. With the help of a Chicago muralist and the Foodseum Design team, the International Spice exhibit connected the dots—literally.