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St Albans Museum + Gallery

Contributed by Jeremy Tankard on Sep 26th, 2018. Artwork published in .
    Box letters above entrance
    Photo: Jeremy Tankard. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Box letters above entrance

    Kingfisher is used throughout the identity for the newly renovated St Albans Museum + Gallery.

    Referencing the flag of St Albans, the logo is made up of the flag’s negative space – four triangles which combine to create a new framing device. The aim is to emphasise the gallery’s role as a meeting place in St Albans, where there is always something new to discover. The triangles are brought to life throughout the identity, highlighting images, folding to form caption stands, and emerging from the walls to create a unique wayfinding system. — Studio Sutherl&

    Museum plan
    Photo: Jeremy Tankard. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Museum plan

    Room signage
    Photo: Jeremy Tankard. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Room signage

    Exhibition panels
    Photo: Jeremy Tankard. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Exhibition panels

    Printed guide
    Photo: Jeremy Tankard. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Printed guide

    Printed guide
    Photo: Jeremy Tankard. License: All Rights Reserved.

    Printed guide

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