AmericaJR’s Gloria and Jerome Rzucidlo were LIVE at The Henry Ford in Dearborn for the “House Industries: A Type of Learning” exhibit opening party. House Industries is a type foundry and design studio based in Yorklyn, Delaware. Some of their best-known works include the neon sign for TV’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, the Lucky Charms logo, The New Yorker magazine typography, Ann Taylor garment tags and the text used in the film “Mission: Impossible III”. The new exhibit titled A Type of Learning features 7,500 square feet of space. It informs, teaches and empowers people to follow their interests and find personal fulfillment. Some of the artifacts on display include the 2017 Ford GT supercar, Ed “Big Daddy” Roth’s futuristic Mysterion show car, Evel Knievel’s Snake River Canyon jumpsuit and an original Apple 1 computer.
House Industries: A Type of Learning will be on display through September 4. Tickets are free for members, $20 for seniors (62+), $22 for adults (12-61), $16.50 for children (3-11) and free for kids two and under.
The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation is located at 20900 Oakwood Boulevard, Dearborn, MI 48124. For tickets and more information, call 800-835-5237 or visit www.thehenryford.org.