Laurel Museum: Diven’s Den

I was asked to design panels and other environmental graphics for the Laurel Museum’s “Diven’s Den” makeover, located in basement of museum. The new space utilizes universal design to create a multi-generational hands-on learning space, which incorporates STEM principles to teach Laurel’s history. Diven Iron Foundry, once located off Main Street, was unique in creating original and artistic household items.

The design was provided pro bono, as is all my work for the Laurel Historical Society.

Grand opening photos by Nate Pesce for The Baltimore Sun
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