This museum exhibit was designed to question the role of semi-automatic rifles in The United States. I chose the name "Infiltration" for its militaristic connotations and the rifles' transition from military to civilian firearms.
For the exhibit's poster design, I wanted to get across the image of semi-automatic rifles permeating American society. The style of the poster was inspired by Oliver Munday's social commentary illustrations.
I wanted the exhibit to juxtapose the idea of the military with the general public. Patrons enter the exhibit and first arrive at a black room full of semi-automatic rifles. They then walk into a bright white room filled with 27 display cases. Each display case represents a mass shooting involving semi-automatic assault rifles from Columbine onward (as of December 2019) and contains one bullet casing for every person that was shot.