This past weekend I was super proud to be part of the Rock County Historical Society’s VIP opening of the Breadbasket: Seed to Spoon Exhibition. Earlier in the year, I did the logo for this upcoming marketing campaign. Well, the upcoming is now here, and their yearlong celebration of Rock County’s culinary heritage has officially begun.
Executive Director Mike Reuter did an amazing job coordinating this initiative. When we first discussed the project back in December, I had no idea to what great extent his display plans were. He and his team put together a huge exhibit complete with interactive projects, newly hatched pheasants and a very large cow.
Using food to showcase a historical society is, in my opinion, brilliant. As Mike said at Saturday’s opening, the society wanted to join together the diverse entities of Rock County and what greater common bond is there than food!
It’s always a thrill to see one’s design work done up in real life. Here, they used my logo on everything from small notes and recipe cards to 6-foot banners.
So, folks, if you’re in the Janesville, Wisconsin area, be sure to check out the Rock County Historical Society. It’s architecture is stunning and this celebration of culinary heritage is super fun.