Museum Signage

Design Competition, exhibition, Exhibitions, Visits, Visual Research

Visit to the Geffrye Museum

Our first exhibition visit was to the Geffrye Museum which we hoped would inform our design concept proposal. The one thing that struck me most about this visit was how well considered the signage was, which would be key in directing and curating a successful exhibition.

Signs were large and bold, and stood out so you knew where you had to go, and what displays where about before needing to read the smaller signs. Also, the museum had display boards that were very similar to the pegboards we have used in our previous summer shows, as well as having other really simple ways of putting up signs, that would be cost effective if used by us for the show.

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