Inside the Central Library

Double-truck graphic details the $150 million expansion of Downtown’s Central Library that reopened to the public in 2007.

This large double-truck graphic, anchored by a 3D building cutaway diagram, detailed the work that went into modernizing Downtown Indy’s Central Library, the centerpiece of the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library system. Supporting graphics detailed the library’s collection by floor and gave readers information about parking, hours and history of the library. The graphic appeared as part of a special section in the Indianapolis Star.