Put across information to your visitors in a different and imaginative way that will make them want to stop, look and learn. An exhibition doesn't have to use flat text-based panels on flat walls!

At Llyn Coed y Dinas Wildlife Trust reserve we used raised carboard models of the birds that could be seen through the windows.  Other interactive ideas included a stamp board using impressions of birds feet.



An exhibition at Beddgelert for the National Trust used a mix of media. Backgrounds depicting different aspects of the area were created using hessian and wool collages and these were overlain by text and photos.

So although the panels were all attached to the walls of the building they had a sense of depth and were inkeeping with the building itself.

Here are a few more examples of our work

An interactive 3D model by SImon Hart used at the Natioanl Trust Cragside Estate

Large plywood cutouts of trees showing their distinctive outlines
used in an exhibition at Bod Petrual, Clocaenog Forest for the Forestry Commission.

Part of an exhibition at the Ellesmere Visitor Centre for Shropshire County Council.
 The heron was used as a linking feture throughout the panels.

Again at Ellesmere this cork map was used. 
The roads are coloured string and the lettering was pre-cut cork letters

Another cork map was used at Cardingmill Valley.
This time it was used in conjunction with coloured photographs.

Hessian collage panels can be used to depict any theme from history to wildlife

For this panel real seashells were used where they might be found on the beach.



Interpretive plans

Explore publications

Books & Leaflets

Contact us