We were delighted to start work with National Trust property Lacock Abbey in 2017.
Our first project was a series of interpretation boards for a display of art pieces by Nettie Edwards. The boards explain her fascinating process of creating anthotype images using vegetable sourced. Made using crushed plant matter, this organic process is one of the earliest forms of photography, invented in 1842 by Sir John Herschel.
We also designed on a children's trail for the 2017 summer season, inspired by the work of Thomas Kellner.
- A2 interpretation boards A2 interpretation boards
- Nettie Edwards Boards Nettie Edwards Boards
- One of our Lacock images One of our Lacock images