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Celebrating a new way in. The opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter marks the V&A's biggest transformation in 100 years. We worked with the museum on their campaign to celebrate the new spaces created by AL_A that challenge perceptions of the museum’s existing architecture and the way people experience it.

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Poster campaign and banners designed by London-based dn&co. for the opening of the V&A's Exhibition Road Quarter. News Space, The V&a, Banner Design, Campaign, Architecture, Brochures, Vector Graphics, Museums, Booklet

V&A

The opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter marks the V&A's biggest transformation in 100 years. We worked with the museum on their campaign to celebrate the new spaces created by AL_A that challenge perceptions of the museum’s existing architecture and the way people experience it.

Poster campaign and banners designed by London-based dn&co. for the opening of the V&A's Exhibition Road Quarter. Opinion by Richard Baird. The V&a, Environmental Graphics, Banner Design, Editorial Design, Branding Design, Poster, Campaign, Typography, Graphic Design

V&A

The opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter marks the V&A's biggest transformation in 100 years. We worked with the museum on their campaign to celebrate the new spaces created by AL_A that challenge perceptions of the museum’s existing architecture and the way people experience it.

Poster campaign and banners designed by London-based dn&co. for the opening of the V&A's Exhibition Road Quarter. The V&a, Victoria And Albert Museum, Presentation Design, Banner Design, Campaign, Activities, Brand Identity, Branding, Instagram

V&A

The opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter marks the V&A's biggest transformation in 100 years. We worked with the museum on their campaign to celebrate the new spaces created by AL_A that challenge perceptions of the museum’s existing architecture and the way people experience it.

Poster campaign and banners designed by London-based dn&co. for the opening of the V&A's Exhibition Road Quarter. Opinion by Richard Baird. The V&a, Banner Design, Booklet, Art Direction, Brand Identity, Branding Design, Campaign, Typography, Symbols

V&A

The opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter marks the V&A's biggest transformation in 100 years. We worked with the museum on their campaign to celebrate the new spaces created by AL_A that challenge perceptions of the museum’s existing architecture and the way people experience it.

Poster campaign and banners designed by London-based dn&co. for the opening of the V&A's Exhibition Road Quarter. Opinion by Richard Baird. Creative Poster Design, Creative Posters, Cool Posters, V & A Museum, History Museum, Museum Branding, Museum Poster, Asian Art Museum, Free Flyer Templates

V&A

The opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter marks the V&A's biggest transformation in 100 years. We worked with the museum on their campaign to celebrate the new spaces created by AL_A that challenge perceptions of the museum’s existing architecture and the way people experience it.

Poster campaign and banners designed by London-based dn&co. for the opening of the V&A's Exhibition Road Quarter. Museum Branding, Campaign Posters, The V&a, Environmental Graphics, Banner Design, Signage, London, Architecture, Brochures

V&A

The opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter marks the V&A's biggest transformation in 100 years. We worked with the museum on their campaign to celebrate the new spaces created by AL_A that challenge perceptions of the museum’s existing architecture and the way people experience it.

Poster campaign and banners designed by London-based dn&co. for the opening of the V&A's Exhibition Road Quarter. Design Campaign, Festival Logo, Fluorescent Colors, Exhibition Poster, The V&a, Typography Poster, Cool Logo, Advertising Design, Banner Design

V&A

The opening of the Exhibition Road Quarter marks the V&A's biggest transformation in 100 years. We worked with the museum on their campaign to celebrate the new spaces created by AL_A that challenge perceptions of the museum’s existing architecture and the way people experience it.