Exploratorium Ad Posters

Created: 11/26/12
Last Edited: 04/17/13
The Exploratorium in San Francisco is a children's discovery museum for adults. It turns science and math into an exciting adventure. My goal of these posters was to reach a broad audience, and give them something they will want to know about and understand. Once they read the shirts, they'll want to know the explanation and learn more.

This could also extend to a line of T-shirts for the museum with the scientific explanations on the back of the shirt.

All pictures were taken with my iPhone 4 so please forgive the quality. I did not own a nice camera at the time.
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    Studies have shown that the top half of the human face is more recognizable than the bottom half, so if you don’t want to be easily noticed wear a wig! This also comes in handy for awkward social occassions.
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    Ever notice that your voice sounds better in the shower? Sound waves travel back to your ears slower in the enclosed space, making your voice sound fuller. The same can be said if you sing into a wok, the traditional Chinese cooking bowl. So bring your wok before you rock!
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    The Earth is closer to sun than Mars, therefore Mars’ years are longer than ours. For example, a 22 year old earthling is 11.7 years old on Mars. So, you may not be able to erase those wrinkles, but if you move to Mars at least you won’t have to lie about your age.

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