The 1950s cafeteria of the Baltimore Design School now provides sixth- and seventh-graders with plenty of food for thought. The makeover is part of a pro bono overhaul of the public middle school by local design firms. With just a few weeks to design and install the solution, the team approached the project through low-cost, low-tech enhancements. Typographic statements stenciled onto walls, framed posters and original ink drawings on Pantone sheets invite students to learn about typography, color, line and shape.
Baltimore, MD, United States
AIGA 50 DC
Color in Design Awards 2012 (HOW + Print Magazine)