The National Space Centre, home of the UK’s largest planetarium and iconic 42m high rocket tower were creating new interactive public galleries to educate visitors on the space race and major space milestones achievements. These displays needed to be highly engaging and able to capture the imagination of children and adults alike. Coming face to face with moon dust, astronauts and space rockets were the order of the day but a signage and graphic solution was also needed to assist visitors with the facts and figures them whilst on their space journey.

Working in conjunction with the National Space Centre Creative team, Graphic Arts Sign & Display developed a series of exhibition light-box panels illuminated for maximum impact, large monolith signage, internal and external lectern interpretation panels, furniture graphic wraps and heavy duty fire rated, anti-scuff, washable wall-coverings, the perfect choice for high traffic public spaces. Installation were completed in the museum entrance and 2 internal public galleries out of hours to ensure disruption to the museum was minimised. The museum was delighted with the high impact result.