"APAture 7," Kearny Street Workshop - Graphics for the 7th annual "APAture: A Window on the Art of Young Asian Pacific Americans," an annual art festival presented by Kearny Street Workshop (San Francisco, CA). Postcards, programs, t-shirts, gallery graphics, and a compilation cd were among the collateral items produced.
"Mapping the Pacific Coast," Sonoma County Museum - Part of a series of banners and wall graphics created for the "Mapping the Pacific Coast" exhibit at the Sonoma County Museum (Santa Rosa, CA), featuring the Quivira Collection of early American maps. Art direction: Gordon Chun Design.
Arte Latino, Oakland Museum of California - Outdoor sign for exhibition of Latin-American art at the Oakland Museum of California. Based on the catalogue cover, the design recombines fragments of the title's typeface to reference the hybrid identities represented in the show. Actual size 15 ft. x 7.5 ft. Art direction: Gordon Chun Design
"Geisha: Beyond the Painted Smile," Asian Art Museum - Archway banner for "Geisha: Beyond the Painted Smile", an exhibit at the Asian Art Museum (San Francisco, CA) about the art and history of geishas. This banner features a painting detail of a geisha & her attendant; 3-piece sewn poplin material. Art direction: Gordon Chun Design
"Lookout Cove," Bay Area Discovery Museum - Signage and graphics for a 2.5 acre outdoor, interactive exploration area at the Bay Area Discovery Museum (Sausalito, CA), featuring natural, cultural, and built icons of the Bay Area. Art direction: Gordon Chun Design