31st March 2022

First work-in-progress photos of a large hand carved Dorset Purbeck stone compass designed for a private garden in the West of England.

Photos: Artorius Faber Ltd.

Down House – Home of Charles Darwin

19th August 2021

Graphic design for one of a series of interactives based on Charles Darwin’s garden experiments installed in the grounds as part
of a new interpretation trail.

Maggie’s Centre Sign

4th July 2019

A beautiful sunny morning for the royal opening of the new Centre. We made the ceramic sign located above the main entrance.

Re-imagining the Workhouse

17th April 2019

Great to see everything coming together on site today in time for the re-opening next week of the National Trust’s Southwell Workhouse.

Thanks to Fiona, Norman and Andy from Enterprise Graphics Ltd for their steady hands and attention to detail while screen printing directly onto replica artefacts displayed throughout the Workhouse.

The Workhouse Southwell

11th February 2019

Production has started in earnest on our latest project – Re-imagining the Workhouse . A major overhaul of all the interpretation for this 1824 National Trust property in Nottinghamshire. We have been commissioned by Outside Studios to design all the graphic interpretation.

Great Malvern Route to the Hills Heritage Trail, Worcestershire

14th June 2018

The sun shone brightly today for the installation of the latest part of our work on the Great Malvern Route to the Hills Trail project.
We were commissioned by Outside studios to design this street barrier. Fabrication was by Arcangel.

Installing Parliament & the First World War

23rd June 2017

The boys from Baf Graphics are doing terrific work applying the main exhibition title to our latest project in Westminster Hall today.

The exhibition explores the impact the first world war had on Parliament, democracy and the lives of ordinary people.

It runs from 3rd July to 28th September 2017.

Installing Parliament & the First World War

23rd June 2017

Nice colour coordination between the graphics and a ladder!

Great Malvern Route to the Hills Heritage Trail, Worcestershire

16th November 2016

After months of preparation the new heritage trail for Malvern Hills District Council is finally being installed this week.

Theses monoliths are part of the new walking route which connects the town with the famous hills, telling some of the unique stories from Malverns historic past along the way.

The brand identity, signage graphic design and monolith illustrations are by us, working once again in collaboration with 3D designers Outside Studios.

Handel and Hendrix in London

10th February 2016

After nearly two years of hard work the recreated flat where Jimi Hendrix lived while in London, and the accompanying exhibition, opens to the public today.

Working in collaboration with exhibition designers Outsides Studios, I designed all the graphics for the exhibition as well as helping to create some soft furnishings for the flat.

Here seen working on the large wall hanging that hung behind Jimi`s bed, and the finished article now in-situ.

MJ Group Christmas window display

23rd December 2015

We recently collaborated with MJ Group to create their 2015 Christmas window display for Priory House, St Johns Square.

Happy Christmas to all our colleagues and collaborators. We are looking forward to more of the same in 2016.


Marcon Place installation

22nd September 2015

For the past year we have been working on the design of a fret cut aluminium screen for the north face of a new 100% affordable housing development in Hackney.

This morning we finally got to see it with the scaffolding removed.

The architecture is by Davy Smith Architects and the build is by Kind+Co. It is due to be completed at the end of this year.

Regent Street Cinema

25th February 2015

Work is well under way by the University of Westminster to transform the birthplace of British cinema back into a multimedia facility and teaching space for students and the wider community.

Back in the day, the cinema hosted the Lumiere brothers first demonstration of their cinematography and was also the site of the first photographic studio in Europe. In another first, the cinema hosted the X-rated film Life Begins Tomorrow featuring Picasso and Le Corbusier to riotous acclaim. The buildings big screen fell into disuse in 1981.

We are working in collaboration with Outside Studios and Tim Ronalds Architects to provide interpretation graphics and signage for this exciting HLF funded project.

Regent Street Cinema

Image: Copyright: University of Westminster Archive

Magna Carta and Parliament exhibition

5th February 2015

We were proud to have designed the supporting graphics for the recent historic display of the four surviving original copies of Magna Carta. The exhibition charts the history of democracy from Magna Carta to todays parliament.

You can see more by following this link:

Collecting the world

10th January 2015

In October we completed graphic design for this new permanent exhibition in the British Museums Manuscript Saloon. The Gallery celebrates the people who have made the British Museum the great display of world cultures that it is today.

Image: Copyright: Trustees of the British Museum

Korea Foundation Gallery

18th December 2014

The Museum re-opened its refreshed Korea Foundation Gallery (Room 67) on 16 December 2014 complete with new improved graphics by us!

One of the stars of the display is a beautiful 17th century porcelain Moon jar.

Image: Copyright: Trustees of the British Museum

Caird Library Approach

16th July 2014

At the end of June we completed this face-lift on the stairs and the access bridge to the Caird Library at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich. The idea being aide orientation to the Library and to highlight its fascinating collection of manuscripts, maps, and maritime literature.

Whats been happening so far this year...

24th March 2014

In January we started work on Collecting the World , a new permanent display celebrating the stories of the collectors who have made the British Museum over the past four decades. The exhibition will be housed in the Museums Manuscripts Room.

We are also very pleased to have just been appointed to design new graphics for Gallery 67 , the British Museums Korea Gallery. Work will start on this in the middle of April this year.

Meanwhile, the display at the Swiss Cottage in the grounds of Osborne House on the Isle of Wight, is now being installed on site and will open to the public in April.

Childhood at Osborne Swiss Cottage Quarter

18th July 2013

We have just begun working for English Heritage, and once again in collaboration with Outside Studios, on a new exhibition housed in the Swiss Cottage Quarter at Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.

This new interpretation will will explore and explain the nature of the miniature world Prince Albert created for his children, where they learned cooking, housekeeping, gardening, warfare and history.

The project will open in Spring 2014.

Discovering Hendrix: At Handel House

26th April 2013

We are very excited to have been selected to carry out the interpretation design for this new project.

Working once again in collaboration with Outside Studios, we will recreate the interior of the flat that Hendrix called his "only real home", located alongside the Handel House Museum in Brook Street W1. Adjacent to the flat we will design a new gallery dedicated to telling the story of the four years that Hendrix spent in London.