I'm currently working with the Charles Burrell Museum in designing their new promotional leaflet. Housed in the original Burrell paintshop they own three steam engines - one was featured on the news just this week, as unfortunately Queen Mary (pictured below) broke down on the A11 and had to be rescued by a crane and lowloader! Read more about the story in this EDP article
To see more photos from the Weeting Steam Engine Rally & Country Show click here
I recently designed a series of pop-up banners for the Shine A Light project. These graphics take a look in detail at some of the objects in stored collections at Norfolk Museums.
This work involved cutting out objects from photographs using Adobe Photoshop. One image I enjoyed working on was the P10 prototype aircraft wing, built in 1919 by Boulton & Paul Ltd, Norwich. It was the first plane in Britain to be constructed with a metal frame!
Tracing around every detail of the object and removing the background was the aim. You can see below the original image supplied and the cut-out image...
Click here to see the Colman's Mustard stamping machine and find out more about the Shine A Light Project.