A. Brothers Associates
Exhibit Design



123 E. Martin St.

Raleigh, NC

American Kennel Club

Exhibits and graphic presentation to showcase AKC's services to members and the public. 
Andrew Johnson House

An interpretive exhibit covering the life of Andrew Johnson, 17th President of the United States, creatively installed in the small house believed to be his birthplace. 
The Berry O'Kelly School/Method Interpretive Center

This exhibit covers the history of the Berry O'Kelly School, a practical school founded by a 19th-century African American civic leader of the same name, as well as the surrounding historic Method community. 
Blue Cross/Blue Shield Breast Cancer Awareness Exhibit

The central feature of this portable, interactive exhibit is a "Button Chair" created by a New York sculptor whose mother is a breast cancer survivor. 
Blue Cross/Blue Shield Display

A colorful and interactive mobile display covering a variety of health education topics.

An exhibit honoring the life and work of scientist and Nobel Peace winner Gertrude Elion.

Work for this pharmaceutical company has included interior and exterior signage and graphic applications.
Hidden Mind

Trade show displays that incorporate stages, video screens, and remote sales stations.
Jennette's Pier

An interpretive exhibit for a historic recreational fishing pier, this installation needed to be suitable for outdoor conditions.

A corporate showroom installation
Louisiana Tech

A conceptual model for a university building project fundraising effort. 

An exhibit documenting the history and heritage of an internationally renowned company.
Native American History Exhibit

An exhibit covering Native American history and culture that featured a life-size longhouse model.

Corporate office environment and trade show displays for a telecommunications company.

A two-part portable display that offered flexibility for trade show use.
North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores

This two-year project for a new state aquarium included extensive resourcing of animal and scenic images for large formats and specialized signage and surfaces. 
Raleigh City Museum 

An extensive redesign that included refined text, a new circulation path, new photographs and graphic applications, and updated audio-visual components.  

Saint Monica's School

An exhibit highlighting the history of a former school for African American children during segregation, now a local teen center. 
Tennessee Valley Authority Barges

A floating exhibition of two barges parked in tandem and bridged together. One barge represented the historic and technical face of TVA while the second presented its cultural and environmental impacts.
Wetland Trail Signage

This project incorporated weather-proof features to ensure durability.