Wonderlab Gallery Graphics by LucienneRoberts+
London-based creative studio LucienneRoberts+ created these vibrant graphics for the new Wonderlab Gallery at The National Science and Media Museum in Bradford.
“The gallery explores the science behind light and sound with 22 hands-on exhibits. Visitors can walk around a musical laser tunnel, see a 3D printed zoetrope and hear their voice echo through a 15-metre long tube. LucienneRoberts+ was responsible for Wonderlab’s identity and 2D design and has created large-scale wall displays and illuminated 3D lettering for the space.
LR+’s David Shaw worked with illustrator Saroj Patel to create a display that comes to life under RGB light (parrots printed on to a wall appear to fly when lights change from red to green to blue). Another display created for a section on UV light allows visitors to mix and match fluorescent faces.”
Ab Rogers Design worked on the gallery’s 3D design and lighting was designed by Michael Grubb Studio.Art Branding Graphic Design Technology Video & Motion Posted on April 4, 2017