Map and floor plan illustration for the Minneapolis Mill City Museum Flour Tower
Rod Hunt was commissioned by AAA Living Magazine to illustrate an article on Minneapolis’ Mill City Museum's 'An Eventually Christmas: Holidays at the Mill' interactive Christmas play. During this hourlong play, attendees ride the museum’s Flour Tower elevator from floor to floor, experiencing a scene at each stop. The Ghost of Mill City Past accompanies the 35-member audience as employees of the Washburn Crosby Mill get ready for their holiday party, set in 1920. True mill trivia and stories come to life amid a fictional plot mixing danger, romance and comedy.
Map and Floor plan illustrations for a museum and tourist attraction
3D isometric map of a Christmas Event at the Minneapolis Mill City Museum
Illustrations for Museum and exhibitions
Rod Hunt has created Map illustrations in isometric perspective for museums, galleries and tourist attractions
Historical recreation in a museum illustrated by Rod Hunt
Floor plans and maps for the Flour Tower at the Minneapolis Mill City Museum
Detailed Hand drawn maps for museums and exhibitions
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