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Toyota Elephant Passage
Toyota Elephant Passage
The most ambitious project ever,
for Denver Zoo and ECOS Communications.
10 acres and $50 million dollars of experience,
for animals and people.
ECOS planned, designed and created
Identity monuments
Interpretive graphics
Touchscreen interactives
Ambient audio and show controls
Building signage
Donor recognition
Tactile sculptures
And more!
And more!
Mongabay Conservation Journal
ECOS Founders and Principals Chip and Jill Isenhart were extensively interviewed about their conservation education work abroad (Mongabay is a leading global environmental news site, with three million unique global visitors monthly).
Daily Camera
Working for The Nature Conservancy in China, and Ol Pejeta Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya, the Isenharts and their kids (ages 11 and 13) were on the front lines of conservation, helping to raise local appreciation for endangered giant pandas and black rhinos.
The Washakie Museum ECOS brings 500 million years of history to life, master planning, designing and producing more than two million dollars of custom educational and interactive displays for Wyoming's newest cultural attraction.
National Assn. of Interpretation Wetlands and Wonder Documentary Video - ECOS honored at national conference with 1st Place Media Award.
National Assn. of Interpretation Mundo Jaguar exhibit in Panama wins 1st Place Media Award for interpretive signage.
International Wildlife Media Center & Film Festival Another juried award for "Wetlands and Wonder" EPA video Documentary.
SEGD Design Awards ECOS honored for master planning work on Denver Zoo's Asian Tropics exhibit.
Parks & Recreation Magazine ECOS featured for its "Change the World" conservation action kiosk.
Wild Conservation Magazine article about Denver Zoo's Predator Ridge exhibit interpretation/
theming/wayfinding produced by ECOS.
Fuji Film 'Picture Sustainability' Contest Chip Isenhart receives 1st place photography award for the 'Conservation in Action' image category. ECOS often adds to a project with our photographic expertise.
New York Times article confirms that ECOS interpretive signage from the early 1990s is still looking good and getting attention!
Houston Zoo News (art produced by ECOS) found in an unlikely place, the bathrooms.
Stapleton Magazine Tot Lot sculpture accompanying Northfield Stapleton project.
SEGD Design Magazine ECOS Communications featured for its wayfinding designs.
Sign Business Magazine First Place International Sign Contest; ECOS' monument entry sign featured on the cover.
Boulder Daily Camera Boulder Firm Helps Shape the Denver Zoo.
Boulder County Business Report Zoo Exhibit Designers try to Inspire Visitors.
Colorado Parent Magazine Behind the Scenes at Predator Ridge - article featuring kid-friendly elements produced by ECOS.
Environmental Graphic Design Public Sculptures Exhibits, Museums, Visitor Centers Planning & Design Interpretive Graphics Interactive Design & Audio/Video