Working for Wildlife.

client

International Fund for Animal Welfare

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

Background

Illegal wildlife trafficking is an important issue that many people know little about. These eight exhibit panels, along with display cases of sample seized goods, will travel to various public locations such as airports to educate the public and encourage people to take part in preventing illegal trade.

The design uses the iconic yellow and black crime scene tape as a visual motif to tie the panels together. This strong visual device will help draw attention, especially in busy places. Images have a variety of treatments to give the exhibit energy and keep viewer interest, while other graphic devices create consistency from panel to panel.

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Exhibit design for International Fund for Animal Welfare. Design by Allegro Design

Exhibit design for International Fund for Animal Welfare. Design by Allegro Design
Eight 3 ft. x 6 ft. make up the exhibition, along with glass display cases of seized goods.
Detail of exhibit design for International Fund for Animal Welfare. Design by Allegro Design.
A graphic device inspired by crime scene tape draws attention in crowded public places and communicates the topic quickly.

 

Exhibit design for International Fund for Animal Welfare. Design by Allegro Design
Panel detail of a map showing the flow of wildlife trafficking around the world. Custom icons.
Exhibit design for International Fund for Animal Welfare. Design by Allegro Design
Panel detail with custom animal icons

 

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