Friday, September 21, 2007


Just a quick post to show off the latest project for a client up north: the Saranac Lake Library. Back in 2004, Trampoline worked with the library on the design of a permanent exhibit. The creative focused on the work of Charles W. Dickert, an Adirondacker who helped furnish the original great camps with all types of rustic accoutrements. Mostly items invloving antlers or hide or glass eyes. Or all three.

This time the project was wayfinding. No one wants to get lost in the Adirondacks—least of all in a library. Check out the directionals below. We're especially fond of the lumberjack-in-the-elevator icon, and the hiker decending a staircase icon.


Amanda said...

You might've used scat to form the arrows...just a thought.

Derek said...

That's not a bad idea. Love the scatta-tat tat.