At the Illinois Holocaust Museum, visitors take a journey from darkness into light. Visitors enter on the facility’s dark side, where dark walls and sharp angles represent the descent into darkness and the horrors of the Holocaust. The use of natural light is to emphasize exhibits that represent the rescue and renewal of survivors of the Holocaust. The graphics produced for this museum are mainly optically clear film, custom-printed and mounted to glass panels. The use of light is very intentional within the space, so glass panels allow the light to be reflected to create a mood.
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