Design for Exhibitions

Seeing your work in print, online and on screen can be a thrilling prospect - all that hard work finally pays off and you get the chance to add another completed brief to your portfolio and client list. But beyond the confines of print and screen, there is another world to explore - the world of super-sized artwork: large-scale graphics and displays for exhibitions, expos, conferences, galleries, museums and other public spaces.

This part of design embraces numerous areas, including graphic design, 3D, interactivity, motion graphics, illustration, typography, sculpture and model-making. Offering creative opportunities for many, it can also lead to successful collaborations with everyone from fine artists to industrial printers. It's a potentially lucrative sector of the industry and one that, thanks to its sheer size, is likely to get you seen, whatever your specialist skills.

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