Civil Rights in the Sunshine State

Lead Designer

Brannon Solomon


Michelle Hearn


Chip Bloyd / Jim Fleming

DESIGN WORK: Layout, logo, text panels, vinyl work, labels, rack cards, postcards, and other promotional material.

This was my last exhibit I designed with the Museum of Florida History. I used strong neutral tones with bold highlight colors. The exhibit built upon the previous exhibits interactive’s, incorporating more touch screens and listening stations. As well as audio domes throughout the exhibits to provide a more interactive and engaging experience.

EXHIBIT INFORMATION: The Museum of Florida History presents Civil Rights in the Sunshine State, opening November 7, 2014. This special exhibition explores the deep history of civil rights in the state. Using film footage, oral histories, and artifacts, visitors learn about the struggles, victories, and heroes of the fight for racial equality. The exhibit looks at the movement on a local, state, and national level. Please join the Museum of Florida History in commemorating the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act and the brave Floridians who fought for change.

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