Posts Tagged ‘the page museum at the la brea tarpits’

Unearthing a New Site for the La Brea Tar Pits

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

We launched a new website for one of Los Angeles’ greatest attractions: the Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits. The Tar Pits boast asphalt seeps that represent the only consistently-active and urban Ice Age Excavation site in the world. The dig site and its fossils tell the story of life in that exact location, 40,000 years ago.

The website redesign parallels the indoor and outdoor experiences of the museum. Explore the Tar Pits and the excavation process outside but take a closer look inside at the research and exhibitions.

Features of the website include updates of new discoveries as they happen; downloadable scavenger hunts and teacher guides; an interactive map of the campus and suggested itineraries; a chronological overview of the La Brea Tar Pits and surrounding area.

Visitors of the website will also be able to view the latest films by Hello Design, including a video sneak peek into the wonder and discovery that awaits at the the Page Museum.

Hello Spends a Night at the Museum

Friday, July 22nd, 2011


To kick things off with our newest client, the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, Hello was invited to take an early tour of their new Dinosaur Hall. The hall’s collection of dinosaurs is amazing and we were excited to meet Thomas the T. Rex.




The Natural History Museum family also includes the Page Museum at the La Brea Tarpits that houses the world’s largest and most diverse collections of Late Pleistocene fossils. The NHM’s mission is to inspire wonder, discovery and responsibility for our natural and cultural worlds and we can’t wait to collaborate with them.



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