Working with the exhibition designers Casson Mann we designed the graphics for a permanent exhibition of archelogical finds at Museo di Santa Caterina in Treviso, Italy.

Our signage system consisted of large room description panels which were screen printed onto glass. They were colour coded to represent layers of time revealed as you dig down into history, and these colours were used for the room number panels to position the room in archeological history.

We designed a large number of smaller panels which carried more detailed information. These included archeological maps, drawings, and diagrams with the information text. We used an image of a witch pointing a cross, which we found on one of the artefacts for directional signs. (see image right) We also designed all the captions for the objects in the exhibition.

Museo Santa Caterina, Treviso, Italy