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Banbury Museum is a family-friendly museum situated next to an idyllic canal side and opposite a historic boatyard in the Oxfordshire town of Banbury.
 
The Civil War, plush manufacturing, the Victorian market town, costume from the 17th Century to the present day and the Oxford Canal are just some of the stories illustrated in the museum’s galleries.
 
There are also regularly changing exhibitions and activities to ensure that there is always something new to see and do.
 
We were approached by Oxford Architects to work in partnership with Banbury Museum for the branding elements of a phase 1 refurbishment project.
 

“This project involved sampling, artwork setup and suggesting suitable print and production methods, such as direct print to dibond, specialist paint powder coating of MDF Cad Cut text logos. The building’s wall spaces had a mixture of newly refurbished surfaces and older parts of the building with more challenging surfaces with which to adhere to.”

 
Panels and doors were wrap mounted with anti-scuff laminates.
 
Magnetic and tension Fabriframes were utilised to offer the flexibility of graphic updates for future events/ programmes and exhibitions.
 
 
All prints were run at 1000dpi to give the highest possible quality for the museum environment. And One piece wallpapers (OneWall) and super wide vinyl’s were used to offer more longevity to traditional cut vinyl wall graphics.
 
It has helped create a platform to guide the Museum for the further phased redevelopments for 2019 and beyond.
 

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