Working with public artist, Jill Anholt, our communication design team developed a series of interpretive panels that commemorate fragments of the Moose Jaw Trail. Formed by the journeys of cart and oxen carrying settlers across the prairie in the late 19th century, these ruts are still evidenced on the site in suburban Saskatoon. The panel design is in keeping with the commemorative artwork and the black metal frames rise and fall in sections across the grassland. Collectively, our team researched, wrote and designed the installation to evoke first-person views and experiences and act as a starting point for contemporary conversations about history, journey and landscape. Black and white photos and text are printed directly to anodized aluminum surfaces.