John Nolen was a leader of America's pioneering landscape architects and
urban planners in the early 20th century. The Levine Museum of the New South commmissioned a travelling exhibit of
four panels about Nolen and his founding of Charlotte, NC's gracious Myers Park neighborhood.
The panels focus on Nolen himself, his plans and landscaping for Myers Park, and Nolen's influence
on today's New Urbanism.
The challenge was organizing a wealth of photos and text into four clear, appealing panels.