|The original concept that won over the VG&M's curator|
The agency was commissioned by the University of Liverpool's museum - the VG&M - to create new graphics for the Hittites Exhibition year two.
Designer Frannie produced the original concept (above) that won over the curator responsible, and then went on to deliver 12 incredible wall and free-standing graphics.
During research into the 14th century BC empire - Frannie stumbled across some excellent imagery of archaeological remains and artefacts, and all in a particular colour hue.
After looking at a range of complementary colours, and deciding on the typeface Disturbance, Frannie's concept was embraced hook line and sinker.
Disturbance is a delightful serif face that weaves both capitals and lower case delivering great character to main display headlines. It fits perfectly with the Hittite empire - forerunners of the Iron Age and responsible for the design and manufacture of the earliest swords and chariots.
The graphics, currently in place at the VG&M on Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, have added impetus and zest to the hugely worthwhile exhibition.