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We created the exhibition, Bligh: Hero or Villain for The Maritime Museum of Australia.
This included the exhibition concept, design, copywriting and display artwork for the controversial Captain and Governor of New South Wales, William Bligh.
Public opinion is split on whether he was a hero and performed incredible feats of seamanship or whether he was a corrupt villain. So rather than tip-toeing around the facts as many exhibitions would, we created two exhibitions in one. Each one arguing the case for each point of view. Then asked visitors to make up their minds.
Exhibition design, copywriting and finished art for the whole exhibition.
Print and press advertising for the exhibition.
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