Pulitzer Arts Foundation

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation needed a custom interactive solution for their exhibit Living Proof: Drawing in 19th-Century Japan. The exhibit showcased paper works from the Edo and Meiji periods, and were incredibly delicate pieces. One of the pieces on display was a set of books; a rough draft and a final. As theses pieces are incredibly old having visitors look through the books was not an option. Instead we created an interactive touch screen where visitors could flip the pages of each book to compare the author’s sketch with the final illustrations. This allowed visitors to take a deeper dive into the books than they would have been able to otherwise.

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