We produced a number of AV exhibits for the Museum of Royal Worcester.
This large projected timeline AV highlights the finer detail and vivid colours of the artwork that cannot be appreciated fully by the naked eye. We liaised with ceramic experts Henry and John Sandon to select items for inclusion and worked closely with the Museum’s photographic team to generate the macro imagery capable of highlighting the amazing detail of the artwork.
FACTORY AT WORK:
Period illustrations of the factory floors are bought to life with motion graphics animation and sound effects to explain the various stages of porcelain production in the early 19th century.
Nearby oral history stations complement the AV, providing an insight into more recent innovations.
We produced this 8-minute, sit-down AV to help bring to life a world-renowned collection of porcelain. The film is presented by Henry and John Sandon – familiar to many through their time on the BBC’s Antique Roadshow.
We created a mini-studio at the Museum to provide additional 360 close-up material of key objects and featured archive stills to explore techniques and working practices.