Author Archives: Spectrum Art & Design Ltd.

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Kensington Palace – Victoria Revealed

Princess Victoria was born on 24th May 1819 at Kensington Palace. The Victoria Revealed exhibition opened in 2012 and traces her journey from childhood to becoming Queen at the age of just eighteen. Spectrum Art & Design Ltd. were tasked with producing a vine leaf themed gold and silver family tree directly onto the antique […]

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Tate Modern – Ellen Gallagher

In 2013 acclaimed contemporary artist Ellen Gallagher brought her first exhibition to the UK at Tate Modern. Her highly imaginative works combine intricate detail with humour on the one hand and strong social message on the other. We were honoured to be asked by Ellen to produce a representation of her “Two Dandies” pencil drawing […]

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Tate Britain – Millbank Project

The recent critically acclaimed refurbishment at Tate Britain provides the visitor with a chronological collection of art stretching back over the last half a millennium. Working alongside award winning designers John Morgan Studio and Whybrow Wayfinding, we utilised our In-Situ Screen Printing system to produce a series of informative graphics that provide the visitor to […]

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The Imperial War Museum London – First World War Galleries

The Imperial War Museum London attracts nearly one million visitors a year. After a £40 million redevelopment this extraordinary museum was re-opened by The Imperial War Museum Foundation’s patron Prince William, Duke of Cambridge in July 2014. One of the main attractions of this re-development is the First World War Gallery which tells the story […]

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Ravensbourne College

In 2010 Ravensbourne College re-located to the purpose built RIBA award winning campus on the Greenwich Peninsula. Working alongside Design Studio Johnson Banks and Whybrow Wayfinding, Spectrum Art & Design Ltd. was tasked with producing the designated way finding information. The large scale nature of the signs is a good example of how our Stencilling […]

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City of Westminster College

In January 2011 City of Westminster College opened it’s new £102m campus. Designed by Danish architects Schmidt, Hammer, Lassen the Paddington Green Campus was among the winners of the Royal Institute of British Architects awards for London 2011. This seven story, 24.000 square meter building needed a wayfinding system that was not only clear and […]

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The Brighton Dome

Inspired by water colours of India the Prince Regent (later George IV) commissioned the construction of The Brighton Dome. Originally built as a stables and riding school the building was completed in 1805. More recently the venue has gained a reputation for being the south coast’s premier venue for music and the arts. Hosting iconic […]

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John Lewis

Here are some examples of Stencilled graphics that Spectrum Art & Design Ltd. used to produce the wayfinding system designed for the John Lewis department stores by Whybrow Wayfinding.

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Stonehenge Visitor Centre

Standing proudly on Salisbury Plain the ancient monument of Stonehenge has fascinated visitors for over 2000 years and is today one of the most significant historical sites in the British Isles. Opening in December 2013, the new £27 million visitor centre is the biggest building project ever undertaken by Heritage England. Spectrum Art and Design […]

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Tate Modern – Malevich

July 2014 saw Tate Modern produce a retrospective exhibition of Russia’s radical artist Kazimir Malevich (1879 – 1935). Chronicling a career from talented teenage painter to pioneer of geometric abstract art the exhibition displays works that cover experiments with numerous styles of painting, collaborations with other artists in the mediums of film and music, a […]

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