The Salem Museum
Client: The City of Salem
Great Island Design was asked to create all visual design communications and exhibit design for a new museum presenting the rich history of Salem, MA. We worked with the museum director to organize the museum’s content, establish a strong brand identity, research and execute the most effective way to present historical information in exhibits, make best use of the space while protecting the historic building in which the museum is located and to promote the museum online.
Services for this design program include:
Logo Design & Branding • Website Design • Promotional Posters • Museum Exhibit Design • Building Signage • Photography • Copywriting
GID created the logo and complete branding program for The Salem Musuem.
GID created all the visual displays for the Salem Museum, a non-profit historic attraction located at the Old Town Hall in Salem, MA. The displays cover the history of Salem from it’s founding in 1629 through the present.
One of many banner displays at the Salem Museum. This one depicts the Salem Witchcraft Trials of 1692.
GID created a system of lightweight banner signage which appears on both ends of the historic Old Town Hall building where the museum is located.