We were invited by B3 Media to work with them to design and create their L8Unseen exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool. L8 Unseen reveals the stories and experiences of a diverse range of people from the Liverpool 8 community. The exhibition aims to uncover the spirit and heritage of the area through filmed interviews and striking large-scale photographs taken by renowned photographer Othello De’Souza-Hartley.
It’s always great to see our work outputted in larger formats and in this exhibition we covered the largest surface area of our careers to date. A rough estimate was that we designed, created and wrapped over 130 square meters of museum space, together with light boxes, caption panels and on screen graphics, in order to give L8Unseen its impact.
From branding, technical drawing and 3D models through to the design and small detailed art working, production and installation, we were responsible for creating the look and feel as the Museum of Liverpool was transformed into an immersive engaging space that complimented the photography, working along side the images to help to tell the amazing stories of Liverpool L8Unseen.
The exhibition opened at the start of April and had had over 100,000 visitors in under 3 months.