Arizona Trails Signs installed!
Along the Arizona Trail, volunteers and workers are installing the new signs we designed onto the old steel Arizona shapes. This proud crew (from left to right, Gerry Allen, Lee Allen, Rob Bauer, Scott Casterlin, David Rabb, and Tom Kimmel) has done a great job with this install! Thanks, guys!
Drawing of Tucson based on Carlton E. Watkins 1880 photo
Larry currently working on this illustration for historical interpretive panels.
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Interpretive Panels for Sedona Wetlands
Larry just finished these panels for Rachel Murdoch, City of Sedona, Parks and Recreation Manager.
Client: City of Sedona
The interior of Arizona Historical Society Museum
Larry is developing a walk-through to help visualize Rillito Park Foundation and Arizona Historical Society's proposed Joesler renovation to the building's main gallery. Besides the still renderings, he's created a walk-through in a gaming application. Underneath the acoustical ceiling lies Joesler's original details. Brooks Jeffery points out the significant details, some now hidden: "clerestory windows, lobby space sequences, green concrete/tile, and the corbel detail on the passageway arches."
Client: Rillito Park Foundation
"Yellowstone in a Day" 96-page guide book and mobile App
Yellowstone Association is often faced with the same question from tourists: “What should I do if I only have one day in Yellowstone?” We helped them produce a book and mobile app to help visitors plan a perfect day in the park. The Association gathered the advice of local area experts and park employees to create nine itineraries with photos, diagrams and detailed maps.
See the web App, www.yellowstoneinaday.com
Client: Yellowstone Association
IN THE EARLY STAGES:
Sutro Baths App and Game
We've brought the 3D model of Sutro Baths into a game environment, and have the first plan of a game, in the effort to create an "immersive visitor experience of an historical structure" and supporting the work of John Martini in his book, Sutro's Glass Palace.
See the first draft, Sutro Game