see :: Edmonton Wayfinding Project at Harcourt House

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If you don't work or play downtown often, you probably have a hard time navigating the downtown grid. When it comes to wayfinding, Edmonton could use a bit of help. Enter: The Edmonton Wayfinding Project!

This is a group of creative Edmontonians that want to find an easier way around Edmonton by creating new or improving existing signs that guide us. It started as a Make Something Edmonton Project and it's now gather a lot of steam. The concepts will be on display until February 28 at Harcourt House. You're invited to take a look and give feedback while they're still in the development stage. This isn't an official City of Edmonton project (yet!), it's a grassroots initiative that you get to be a part of. We love the way the Edmonton landmarks are drawn!

Edmonton Wayfinding Project
Where: Harcourt House, 3rd floor, 10215-112 St.
When: On display until Feb. 28 (possibly longer)

Images via EdmontonWayfindingProject.com