The National Justice Museum’s aim is to inspire people of all ages to become active citizens. They do this through fun and engaging activities, exhibitions and educational programmes relating to law and justice.
The Museum underwent a full refurbishment and we were asked
to produce the all new AV content.
We needed to cover all aspects of justice around the world through an introductory animation, four touchscreen interactives, a number of films and two projected characters within a courtroom. Using humour, hard-hitting graphics as well as child-friendly interactive games to inspire all visitors to an understanding of the law and justice system, and to use their rights and responsibilities to play an active role in society.
Working in collaboration with the heritage team at Rugby League Cares, we created a touring exhibition designed to reach out and engage with local communities through the subject of Rugby League and its sporting and social history. The exhibition comprises of eight themes; from the influence of women and minorities in Rugby League, to the amateur game, France and the fans.
We also designed and commissioned a series of
portable, custom exhibition cases and plinths, designed
to showcase a number of artefacts relating to the sport.
“In south-west Lancashire, babes don’t toddle, they side-step. Rugby League is a physical manifestation of our rules of life, comradeship, honest endeavour and a staunch allegiance to fair-play” Colin Welland
A heritage project close to our heart and roots in Warrington, Fuzzy Duck and the Wolves Foundation spent 12 months working together on the huge project of documenting the rich history of Warrington Wolves Rugby League Club and the town they represent.
After securing Heritage Lottery funding, we produced a 100 metre long timeline, supported by augmented reality, motion graphics, poetry and two, 12 minute documentaries.
Warrington is a town with a rising population and we were determined to have these newcomers understand and learn to love the sport, the team, the town.
The project was awarded bronze in the 2013 Fresh Creative Awards, Best Breakthrough category.
Taking Wheelchair Rugby League to the streets!
For the first annual Four Nations Wheelchair Rugby League tournament, we were asked to create an impactful brand and campaign to introduce and advertise the event.
We created a campaign which utilised everything from traditional flyers and posters to guerilla pavement stencils and window vinyls. Alongside this, a competition was run across social media to win tickets by finding and photographing our pavement stencils.
For the event itself, the brand and artwork was carried on across court hoardings and backdrops.