Recently, Sperry Design and Parks Canada collaborated on a series of exterior interpretive panels for the Cape Breton Highlands National Park in Ingonish. Sperry Design developed and designed the panels, keeping in mind the two separate sites they were to be placed. The mountain panels overlooked the highlands and detailed the unique geology, landscape and wildlife of the CBHNP. The marine panels, which overlooked the Gulf of St. Lawrence, told the story of the Gulf / area as a highway. It detailed the early explorers, how people live and work in the golf as well as water currents, ice, and seal migration. We used impactful and attractive imagery including high quality photographs by local photographers, and we provided original artwork for maps, and illustrations, to make the panels vibrant, engaging and informative. Each panel also featured the graphic of a child, in silhouette, looking though binoculars and asking a question, so that visitors could interact with each panel.