The 1930's were known for the Great Depression and the Dust Bowl. These had different effects on different social classes. I designed an exhibit that would be placed in the Smithsonian Museum of American History. The exhibit posters that I did photography and design for feature the extreme high and extreme low of the social class gap. These two posters would then be translated into online and physical advertisements. The exhibit itself would have separate rooms for each social class that would involve live actors in full dress and character interacting in a live setting with the exhibit goers. Each social class would display a different side to the displayed artwork as well; upper class would have fine art, middle class would have advertisements and motion pictures, and the lower class would have the photography.