Through form and function, this dimensional poster maps out a brief history of the Bauhaus School of Design’s most defining moments. The three colors translate to the school’s three locations. It is interactive when used with the deck of cards. Colors and shapes on the question cards correspond to the answers found on the poster. The Bauhaus encouraged the use of everyday industrial materials and processes. For this reason, the poster uses materials found at local hardware stores such as acrylic, rubber tubing, and spray paint.