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Wonderlab Gallery Graphics by LucienneRoberts+

Published Apr 4, 2017

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.

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