Collection by Carrie Park

Carrie Park
Heritage signage trail for Winchelsea Heritage Trail in the Surfcoast Shire in Victoria. Environmental Graphic Design, Environmental Graphics, Lanscape Design, Park Signage, Portal Design, Trail Signs, Wayfinding Signs, Outdoor Signage, Park Trails

Winchelsea Heritage Trail Signage

Heritage signage trail for Winchelsea Heritage Trail in the Surfcoast Shire in Victoria.

Oil on canvas. Numerous figures shown amusing themselves on the frozen river, skating, sliding, snowballing and even shooting. Old London Bridge is in the middle distance and beyond it is the tower of St. Olave& Tooley Street and Southwark Cathedral. Game Museum, City Museum, London History, British History, Tudor History, Rio Tamesis, Southwark Cathedral, London Drawing, Street Installation

Museum of London Releases Augmented Reality App for Historical Photos

Streetmuseum is a new (and free) augmented reality iPhone app created by the Museum of London that allows you to browse historical photographs in various

Ecclefechan Heritage Interpretation on Behance Park Signage, Wayfinding Signage, Parking Design, Signage Design, Urban Landscape, Landscape Design, Sign Board Design, Outdoor Signage, Sign Image

Ecclefechan Heritage Interpretation

Their remit is to develop a heritage trail around Ecclefechan. This involves research into the letters of Thomas Carlyle to extract interesting and relevant sections tell stories that illustrate the social history of Ecclefechan. This would bring to life …

Interpretation - Gibside Stables for National Trust First Off, National Trust, Durham, Retail Design, Stables, Newcastle, Design Projects, Art Ideas, Cottage

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Gibside is a Georgian residence on a grand scale, originally built by coal baron George Bowes. After centuries of decline, the National Trust restored the. Wayfinding Signage, Signage Design, Environmental Graphics, Environmental Design, Georgian Residence, Picnic Spot, Sense Of Place, Outdoor Signs, National Trust

Cedar interpretation panels for National Trust house.

When the National Trust restored the historic estate of Gibside, miles of trails and paths were renovated which necessitated new signage for visitors. Shelley Signs created bespoke cedar interpretation signs for the grounds and provided a full design service including research, scripting, illustrations and framing. ...