Inform and entertain visitors


 

Sutton Hoo treasure


The ship burial found at Sutton Hoo in East Anglia, included a wealth of Anglo-Saxon artefacts of outstanding art-historical and archaeological significance. Most of these treasures are now in the British Museum in a room more accurately described as Sutton Hoo and Europe, AD 300 – 1100, The Sir Paul and Lady Ruddock Gallery.

We worked on the graphics as part of a team with architect Karl Abeyasekera of Studio A, lighting designers Studio ZNA and the BM’s own 3d design team.

Pictures courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum. 

We’ve also worked on Egypt: faith after the pharaohsAgents of the BuddhaClocks and Watches GalleryA History of the World in 100 Objects and the 2012 Olympic Trail

See also our work on the Sunken Cities exhibition and British Museum Press

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Curators Rosie Weetch and Sue Brunning check the Sutton Hoo helmet

Curators Rosie Weetch and Sue Brunning check the Sutton Hoo helmet

A ghost image of the buried ship was revealed during excavations in 1939

A ghost image of the buried ship was revealed during excavations in 1939