A new display at the National Conservation Centre shows how conservators unlock the secrets contained within objects from museums' collections.

While respecting museum conservation standards, graphics and case displays were treated as a single visual element. The result is a vibrant, contemporary exhibition that appeals to a wide range of visitors.

We developed a strong brand identity to further enhance the profile of this new centre, which has been put to a variety of different uses, for example publicity material and as an animated sequence introducing computer interactives and databases.

 

Role: Brand design, exhibition graphic design, artwork and installation monitoring.

Client: World Museums Liverpool
Location: Liverpool
3D design: Houghton Kneale Design
Value: £350,000
Completed: June 2006