It is the beginning of a new year and we look back at 2014 with a Los Angeles Architectural Award for Interior Public Space and having worked on some of the most talked about shows. This includes: Diane von Furstenberg: Journey of a Dress, Take It or Leave It: Image, Ideology at The Hammer Museum, The Getty Graffiti Black Book, Dwell on Design at the LA Convention Center, and Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats at the Skirball Cultural Center to name a few. Olson Visual Museums continues to grow in Art, Design, and Architecture while creating the best quality graphics.
Take It or Leave It: Institution, Image, Ideology was an exhibition at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. It was an important historical show that included artists working in art appropriation and mass-media. One of the most notable was Barbara Kruger who created a large piece in the entry way of the museum. This was printed and installed by Olson Visual.
Diane von Furstenberg: Journey of a Dress was an exhibition located at the Wilshire May Company Building, adjacent to Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Olson Visual created the graphics for this iconic show including the banners that surrounded the building.
The Getty Graffiti Black Book and Scratch show was held at ESMoA. Many influential graffiti and mural artists were chosen to respond to a sixteen century manuscript that was found in the Getty Research Institute. Olson Visual’s Eder Cetina graced the pages of this ground-breaking book and was included in this historical exhibition.
Olson Visual worked on the exhibition Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats at the Skirball Cultural Center. Check out these amazing graphics that recreated the books of the children’s author Keat’s.
OV and A+D Museum participated at Dwell on Design at the Los Angeles Convention Center. They teamed up and created a dynamic booth using Olson Visual’s T3 system.