Wetland to Warehouse
A collaborative Experimental Typography project in which the goal was to create meaningful, typographic public art. The place chosen for this public art was Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward.
"The Historic Third Ward was originally a flat, swampy area until the land was drained and Irish immigrants settled. In 1892 a fire at Water Street Union Oil & Paint Co. took out 440 buildings. Today it is a hub for local shops, restaurants, and art galleries."