Fit for a Queen

23.11.2016

2016 has been a hugely significant year for Royal Museums Greenwich. The Cutty Sark was given as a permanent gift to the National Maritime Museum, The Queen’s House re-opened in time for its 400th anniversary and the Armada Portrait was secured for the nation after a successful fundraising campaign. The annual review¬†we designed features the iconic portrait of Queen Elizabeth on the cover and brings together all the news, developments and exhibition reviews from the five word-class sites in one contemporary design.

Whilst much of the year’s news focused on Queens, the annual review caught the eye of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, who sent a personal letter to say how much he’d enjoyed it – despite the captions being too small to read!

The annual review is our latest piece in a busy year of work for Royal Museums Greenwich, which has included the promotion for a major exhibition at the National Maritime Museum, an international Travel Trade campaign and a summer visitor campaign encompassing all sites.

See our work for the ‘Plague, Fire, Revolution’ Exhibition here