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Thinkery

 In December 2013, the Austin Children’s Museum moved from its downtown location to a new location in the Mueller neighborhood. I was tasked with creating a new logo around the new name that would signal a new mission, exhibits and location. I created a five armed molecule representing the museum's new focus around S.T.E.A.M education — science, technology, engineering, art and math. I'm proud to say the board voted unanimously to adopt the new logo and name when it was presented to them for approval.    Credits:  Creative Directors: Marty Butler, Adam Butler Design & Design Direction: Jacob Carter Copywriter: Adam Butler Work completed at  The Butler Bros  in Austin, TX  

In December 2013, the Austin Children’s Museum moved from its downtown location to a new location in the Mueller neighborhood. I was tasked with creating a new logo around the new name that would signal a new mission, exhibits and location. I created a five armed molecule representing the museum's new focus around S.T.E.A.M education — science, technology, engineering, art and math. I'm proud to say the board voted unanimously to adopt the new logo and name when it was presented to them for approval.
 
Credits:
Creative Directors: Marty Butler, Adam Butler
Design & Design Direction: Jacob Carter
Copywriter: Adam Butler
Work completed at The Butler Bros in Austin, TX
 

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