Malone Design/Fabrication collaborated with The High Museum of Art and Kraemer Design + Production to produce this approximate 2000 square foot exhibit that is based on the premise of making art accessible to young visitors. Visitors are invited to explore various artists as well as movements in art. From recreating still life art to a Roy Lichtenstein house, visitors are able to learn about how and why these pieces were created. Allowing visitors to arrange, create and explore with a wide variety of shapes and materials lets them become comfortable with their innate creativity. In addition to 3-D exhibits, the scope included a number of interesting graphic elements such as an approximate 100’ long wavy ribbon mounted to aluminum and attached to the ceiling.