Department of Energy - Washington, DC.
2017 Native American Heritage Month.
*This speaking and presentation engagement was an internal event.
The design uses the emphasis of high contrast blues and yellow tones for the background and foreground figures. Each person in the center view represents modern Native Americans in the health, science and energy industries. Featured within the design:
The first enrolled member of a Native American tribe to fly in space
Mechanical Engineer and Co-founder of the AISES
Jerry “High Eagle” Elliot
Flight Mission Operations Engineer at NASA’s Mission Control Center
Mary Gorda Ross
The first Native American female engineer
Susan LaFlesche Picotte
The first Native American to earn a medical degree
Deliverables included: (1) an LCD image for TV monitors throughout the building, (2) a Poster design, (3) event booklet and (4) Table Tents for promotion in non-office spaces.
(above) Mock-up of the poster design adapted for LCD display.
(above) Mock-up of poster design which was placed in various internal locations.
Poster output was by an Epson plotter onto gloss paper and mounted onto black board.
Design adapted to these sizes: 20 x 30, 18 x 24 and 8.5 x 11.
(above) Event booklet
(above) Double-sided table tent for promotion within internal non-office spaces.
Background photo taken in one of the spaces.