The challenge was to create a compelling retrospective of a multidisciplinary designer's work in a limited space on a limited budget. Space constraints prohibited the inclusion of three-dimensional objects. The solution was to print and display oversized images of both two- and three-dimensional work. The exhibit, freed from the confines of the gallery walls, provided for a maximum display area. The exhibit acts as a metaphor for the designer's work: the crossing of two and three-dimensional boundaries.