PicsArt had newly expanded their offices to accommodate their over 200 employees and wanted to don their walls with inspiration. I developed a concept of integrating quotes from both internationally recognized artists and Armenian artists to honor the company's original and give credit to their global direction.
In August through October of 2012, I held a workshop for 40 students at Tumo Center for Creative Technology which lead to the designing and creation of 40 posters for social change.
In January through March of 2013, the posters were designed into an exhibit by 15 new students. The result was an exhibit entitled “CHANGE!” which showcased what changes that would benefit the health, development, humanity and environment of our society.
The New York Transit Museum’s ElectriCity: Powering New York’s Rails exhibit required graphic-intensive illustrations that depicted the journey of electricity from generation to usage. Aramazt Kalayjian created graphic design, illustrations and environmental designs for Liberty Science Center's Experience Services that helped guide New York City’s youth through the process of electricity generation, transformation and usage, making it fun, interactive and colorful along the way.
Photo credit: Dennis Finnin for Liberty Science Center Design Services
Murray Hill, NJ, USA
Environmental Graphic Design
Exhibit Graphic Design
Alcatel Lucent’s Bell Laboratories research center was looking for a way to re-invent their tremendous portfolio of patents and inventions. Aramazt Kalayjian designed environmental graphics for an exhibit produced by Liberty Science Center's Experience Services that emphasized the magnitude of Bell Laboratories' innovations over many years.
Jersey City, NJ, USA
Spacial Graphic Design
Dynamic Poster Design
The Touch Tunnel: Understanding Your Senses exhibit is a perceptual exhibit where participants crawl through a pitch-dark environment, forcing the usage of senses other than sight. The exhibit was a huge success at the Liberty Science Center when it debuted over 18 years ago and, in 2011, the exhibit experienced a redesign that transformed it into a portable traveling exhibit. Coupled with the new design of the exhibit structure, a new environmental graphic feel was needed to emphasize the revival into a traveling exhibit and reflect the perceptual exploration of the senses.
New York City, NY, USA
Verizon FiOS and Fourth Wall Events wanted a fun and Pop Art oriented design to celebrate their company’s event. We came up with a fusion of colorful and well-branded pop images to use with Verizon’s brand. (Photos: Fourth Wall Events)