Antelope Creek winds through 132 acres of mature trees and native plants at Johnson Springview Community Park in Placer County, California. The green space comprises trails, multi-purpose lawns, baseball fields, tennis courts, a skate park, a dog park, two outdoor stages, city offices, a community center, and one of California's largest Frisbee Golf courses.
Since January 2014, I have been observing the park and it's context. I am designing a visual identity for the park. In this on-going project, I will produce environmental signage, wayfinding, in addition to marketing materials and a short video to present my work.