Illustrations for a wrap-around interactive display for the ‘Eye of Colour’ exhibition at the World Museum Liverpool.
‘Dress the dolly’ illustrations for Big Art at the Walker Art Gallery. Big Art was created for local families and groups of young children to enjoy. All of the costumes are taken from paintings in the museum’s collection.
Illustrations for the general exhibition at Tullie House, based on local Cumbrian folklore.
Illustrations of the four Beatles as child friendly characters for the Discovery Zone at The Beatles Story, Liverpool.
Cutaway of the pilot cutter Edmund Gardner for an interactive menu, providing access to information regarding the different areas of the boat.
Illustrations for a permanent reading space for children within the museum, called Sea Urchins.
‘Dress the dolly’ illustrations for ‘The Beat Goes On’ Exhibition at The World Museum. An exhibition Celebrating Popular music from Liverpool.
Illustrations for the ‘Passion for Fashion’ exhibition. Highlighting Mrs Tinney, a Liverpool woman’s wardrobe collated between 1910 and 1940. Rendered on a 1.5m x 7m backdrop.
Illustrations depicting the lives of Liverpool people during it’s eight hundred year history. The exhibition charted the growth of the city from a tiny fishing village to a busy port.
Illustrations for twelve interactive exhibits, revealing the wonderful world of plants.