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There are very few burdens greater than carrying the weight of an untold story. People constantly have trouble finding their voice for fear of being judged. Books, however, are the silent storyteller. ‘What is Your Story’ is an interactive installation created in collaboration with Spark Corps and our partners Booknbrunch, currently making its way between cities from the Toronto Design Offsite to the Museum of Design Atlanta. It is made up of anonymous, handwritten stories displayed in used books—and it gives viewers the opportunity to respond to these stories by sending a supportive message via postcard.
Orange Sparkle Ball worked with Downtown Atlanta Improvement District and students from Cristo Rey, The New School Atlanta and Leap Year USA who presented ideas for engaging the community at Woodruff Park. The winning idea will be implemented in the park and marketed by Georgia State University students.
Block Party Games Moda exhibit opening
Block Party Games provided a fun and interactive way to bring community members together at the opening night of Museum of Design Atlanta’s newest exhibit “Design for Good”. The exhibit brought together kids of all ages to play games while discussing design for impact. The opening featured three of Block Party’s games both large and mini.
Orange Sparkle Ball sponsored and participated in Atlanta Service Design Jam 2018. We had a great time working with the community to teach and work on design issues. .
As a part of IDSA 2017 International Conference, Orange Sparkle Ball and Spark Corps hosted other designers in our studio to learn more about our work and process (and to eat gourmet pop-tarts from Cult Carts)
Spark Your Design Creativity designed by Design Apprentices at Spark Corps, is a Top Winner in the International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA®) 2017 hosted by the Industrial Designers Society of America.
Collaborated with Spark Corps to create an interactive exhibit the helps users call state representatives to advocate for environmental protection. Created for New York Design Week’s GroupHug show and later showcased at Museum of Design Atlanta’s Designing Justice Exhibit.