The Museum of South Texas History – 1910 Jail shut its doors in 2017 and 2018 to undergo extensive repairs and renovations, but recently re-opened. The upgrades included new flooring, repaired brick walls and windows, LED lighting, digital climate control and new interpretive displays for visitors. The museum teamed up with designers from Pony Allen Studios and Museum Fabrication Group to bring the interactive exhibit to life.
The signs share the story of the Jail and allow the visitors to be hands on with the exhibits through flip books, drawers and buttons. iZone’s High Pressure Laminate was used for the signs as it is a durable material that can be used in high traffic areas for years to come.
“iZone Imaging delivered durable, high quality and crisp graphics that provided informational and interactive exhibits to the guests at the museum.”
– Trenton Noack, Museum Fabrication Group