Museum Exhibition Graphics
Graphics Conveying the Appropriate Message For Your Museum’s Exhibition
We create and design customer focused graphics for museums, art galleries, and exhibitions, that are not only eye catching, but convey the correct message to the visitor and with an impact that they will not easily forget.
We have a varied client list in the field of museum exhibitions including the O2, Imperial War Museum, National War Museum and closer to home, The National Museum of Scotland. This has given us the skills and experience that our clients can rely on time after time.
The graphics we produce for museums are eye catching, draw visitors in to discover more and help support the story lines they are trying to convey. We use only high-quality materials, an array of colours and fonts, with appropriate imagery to impart information and provide an educational experience for the user. When it comes to the digital approach, we are always looking to push the boundaries and add revolutionary new ideas to our work, that will have visitors to the museums that we provide work for wanting more.
In October 2020 we were back at The National Museum of Scotland again to help them with their exhibitions and this time it had a woolly theme.
Did you know that Dolly the sheep is one of the museums most visited exhibits? The National Museum Scotland asked us to help with moving Dolly into her new space in the museum. She now has a very smart, moveable display plinth that can be lifted and repositioned around the museum.
Born : 5 July 1996 – Died : 14 February 2003
Acquired: Gifted by the Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh
On display: Dolly is on display in our science and technology galleries.
Did you know?: Dolly was named after the legendary country and western singer Dolly Parton.