Back in the summer of 2020, I was approached by The Roald Dahl Museum to help them safely reopen their doors to the public after the first lockdown. Due to the museum's heavily interactive exhibits – we were tasked to create innovative solutions and alternatives to the current displays, along with social distancing graphics for their small group guided tours.
Fast forward to 2021, I was fortunate enough to be asked to help design their new exhibition – celebrating 60 years of Fantastic Mr Fox. As well as more museum wide graphics to continue the theme of the exhibition throughout.
Production of printed materials by Sign Rite Grafix.
Photos by Sign Rite Grafix and The Roald Dahl Museum.
'Becky produced absolutely fantabulous graphics for the Roald Dahl Museum – to provide new ways of our visitors interacting with our content despite the Covid-19 restrictions. The graphics do the near-impossible of fitting within the Quentin Blake inspired Museum design, while retaining their own visual identity and have added a new touch of life to the Museum. Becky really went the extra mile for us, on an extremely tight timeframe and we couldn’t be happier with the results.'
— Alisa Crisp, Museum Curator