GRAPHIC: Exhibition/Point of Sale

Dundee Science Centre

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A playful refurbishment of Dundee Science Centre to provide new exhibition spaces celebrating Dundee’s pioneering medical advances in non-invasive surgery over the last 100 years.  Throughout the space seamless materials and feature lighting are used to create a sleek, futuristic environment. A path of spherical white blood-cell lights follow the visitor pathway, pulsing in a red wave along the direction of travel. Visitors encounter a range of historic surgical instruments before testing their reflexes against biomarker batak game, challenging their keyhole coordination […]

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Rip it Up

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Design of the first major exhibition dedicated to Scottish pop music at the National Museum of Scotland. The exhibition takes visitors on a journey exploring over 50 years of Scotland’s musical culture through a wealth of material, much of it loaned directly from the artists themselves. Combining original stage outfits, instruments, props, film and music, the exhibition celebrates the stories of Scotland’s musicians from influential indie pioneers to global superstars, from pop’s early days right up to today’s outstanding newcomers. […]

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Mackintosh at the Willow

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Design of world-class exhibition and visitor centre for Mackintosh at the Willow, spanning two floors and adjoining the original Willow Tea Rooms. Our work included exhibition space planning, 3D design, research, copywriting, graphic design, digital interactives and digital design. The interpretive exhibition and visitor attraction tell the story of Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his most loyal patron, Miss Catherine Cranston, set against the context of late Victorian and Edwardian Glasgow. The displays are designed to engage a wide-range of visitors […]

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SP!N

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SP!N was a fundraising exhibition for Drumchapel Table Tennis Club (DTTC) that featured over 40 table tennis paddles designed by artists, designers and illustrators from across Scotland. Based in Wasps Studio’s South Block building in the Trongate area of Glasgow, the exhibition ran as a silent auction, with paddles and the display table being available to purchase with all proceeds going to the DTTC. 

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