In an unexpected way, we wanted to build a timeline highlighting the client’s most notable moments throughout their history, draw attention to the building’s technical service entryway, and create signage for the store’s art gallery. The reinvention of a standard timeline resulted in a massive geometric wall hanging, featuring a prismatic tessellation of events flowing chronologically from left to right. Drawing attention to the unused exit leading into the building’s service shop is an archeological extraction of a fictional midtown bakery. We also handcrafted a white ceramic neon emblem, which is a recreation of the original seal on the Salvation Army building from which this space was converted.