20 Mar 2018

Exhibit Design at RIT

Transforming the trucking industry E. Philip Saunders is a man who looked into the future and saw opportunity in the creation of the country's interstate highway system. When it was still being conceived and built, Mr. Saunders—working at his father's gas station—envisioned a network of refueling stops to help service the nation's truckers while lending some stability to their lives spent on the road. In addition to refueling, the truckers could shower, enjoy a hot

12 Dec 2017

The Harley School turns 100-exhibit design

                      The Harley School is celebrating their 100th anniversary. K2 was honored when they asked us for exhibit design to help them mark the occasion. The Harley School has a rich history of offering the freedom of a progressive education, allowing students to "develop from within" through collaborative experiences. This unique approach is summed up by their motto:
Become What Thou Art, which became the title

18 Aug 2017

We’re Exhibitionists.

No, no, not like that. But we do like people to see our stuff. As in our exhibit design. And we've done a lot. We've designed a few already this year—with more in the works—so we're a well-oiled machine when it comes to branding, designing, fabricating and installing whatever your space needs. We get excited about creating something that enhances a space, honors someone for their accomplishments, celebrates an important occasion, and is seen by

25 Sep 2015

Exhibit design: The Golisano Archives at RIT

Tom Golisano takes a look in the mirror. The RIT exhibit honors his achievements and contributions. K2 Communications was given a unique opportunity to help the Rochester Institute of Technology show Thomas Golisano the positive impact he’s had on our community. The exhibit we designed for RIT reflects the tremendous positive impact made by Mr. Golisano in three important areas: entrepreneurial business development, community building, and support for non-profit organizations dedicated to a variety of social and