One of America's premier natural history museums,

The Field Museum fuels a journey of discovery across time to enable solutions for a brighter future rich in nature and culture. This state-of-the-art museum offers exciting, hands-on exposure to science and social studies in a historic Chicago setting and is home to Sue, the world's largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex.  Visitors can enjoy a deep dive into Ancient American cultures or watch groundbreaking DNA research happen before their eyes; learn about evolution through fossils and dinosaur skeletons and discover what centuries-old specimens and artifacts can teach us about how we live today.


When The Field Museum's Dino Lab Needed A Facelift, The Museum Trusted J&J.

Our graphics team went onsite to carefully measure the space and inspect the application surfaces and to make recommendations to the Museum staff for the size and type of graphics that would enhance visitor experience. In the end, wall clings, floor clings and router-cut displays and more were all expertly printed, produced and installed with no down time to the exhibit and minimal obtrusion to visitors. The final result was ROAR-ing success!

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