Art Imitates Life

Early-day sojourners stacked rocks into piles or used an axe to mark a tree to signify to those who traveled later that “This is the direction to follow.” In 1960, urban planner Kevin Lynch coined the term “wayfinding” to define signs and other graphic methods used by travelers to convey location. Although well-designed signage is important, travelers also have a desire to learn more about the location at which they have arrived. This is where interpretive panels come in. Successful …

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