Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing
exhibition identity / signage / print
In 2011 the Computer History Museum opened Revolution: a major 25,000 square-foot new exhibition. The opening marked a major milestone in the history of the Museum, as it transformed the entire space and presented their vast collection—from the abacus to the smart phone—in a whole new way. A series of materials were designed to support the exhbition, including an identity, signage, catalog, t-shirts, ads, posters, and many other elements.