To create an engaging exhibit at the Summit Visitor Center that honors the 100-year history of Scouting, talks about the relevancy of Scouting today and its promising future.
As part of the overall exhibit design we used the revered Scout Law to frame the space. A distinctly contemporary spin is put on each of the 12 tenets of the law to indicate that Scouting is as relevant today as it’s ever been throughout its 100-year history. Each law is printed on wood over a topographic contour map of the 10,000-acre property where the Visitor Center is situated. When all 12 tenets are put together the contour map forms the entire property.
The posters are successful at creating a current view of Scouting and establishing its relevance for today’s youth. Surrounding the posters with the historical ephemera of Scouting perfectly blends a reverence for the institution’s history with a forward-looking view to the future.