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 of the First World War through the lives of those who fought on the front line and who supported the effort from at home. Filled with artefacts. Weapons, personal diaries, propaganda posters, clothing and much more the First World War Gallery gives the visitor an insight into the brutality of The Great War and an appreciation of its global impact.
Spectrum Art and Design Ltd. used our In-studio Screen Printing process to produced over 150 exhibit labeling plaques combined with our In-situ screen printing process to apply information directly to the fabric of the exhibition on site. Below are just a few a few examples. We are immensely proud to have been involved with this project.