Tinkerfest is an annual festival at Chabot Space & Science Center, a full day of hands-on tinkering for youth and families. The mission of the festival is to introduce youth to real tools and techniques for creative problem-solving. Chabot partners with Bay Area organizations who share this mission. Activities include a car take-apart where kids can use tools to disassemble several cars over the course of the day, a plane-engine take-apart, and a station for learning how to solder.

I created the logo lockup for this event, a mandala of tools with a color palette that can be switched out every every year. The materials I create for this event include everything from web banners to 5×7 promotional postcards, center flyers, exterior banners, wayfinding maps, station signs, t-shirts for event staff, and more.

5×7 Promotional Postcard, front and back
8.5 x 11 event flyer, posted around the Center
Exterior banner, displayed on Skyline Boulevard
Welcome sign, on display at the entrance day of the festival
Raspberry Pie admission slide, at box office
Wayfinding map, on physical display around the Center, day of the festival
Silkscreen T-shirt design for festival staff, front and back
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