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Multimedia project completed as part of the Museum of Monterey's 2012 exhibition "Monterey Pop."
Floral pattern design for use as a wall covering (12 feet by 9 feet) at the Monterey Pop exhibit based on the "Odd Bus" pictured at the top of this page.
In March of 2012, The Museum of Monterey opened Monterey Pop, an exhibition documenting and exploring the famous 1967 music festival in Monterey, California. In preparation for the exhibition, I was asked to create a series of multimedia projects to be used as part of the visual presentation of the exhibit. Among these projects included a series of photographs documenting the Odd Bus, a floral pattern based on the Odd Bus to be used as a wall mural for the entrance of the exhibit, and a series of 6 short films juxtaposing performances from the various musical acts at the festival with clips from the news and popular media at the time. The videos are shown on a loop on 6 individual monitors throughout the exhibit. The videos each fit a general ideology of the time. The categories include War, Resistance, Liberation,Experimentation, Love, and Enlightenment. An excerpt from War is available below.
Sample of tileable pattern designed for use in Monterey Pop promotional material. (This version not tileable to reduce risk of unauthorized use).