The Open Agency has produced and published two books in conjunction with Cunard Line, to celebrate the 8 January launch of Queen Mary 2. Queen Mary 2: Book of Comparisons contrasts the ship with land-based feats of engineering and features illustrations by Andrew Davidson. Stars Aboard, meanwhile, brings together Cunard Line’s archive photographs of silver screen legends and social circuit fixtures from the 1930s to 1950s (Clark Gable pictured) aboard Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth. The books will support Queen Mary 2’s permanent on-board exhibition, The Maritime Quest, for which The Open Agency created 400m2 of exhibition panelling and six interactive terminals. Both books are on sale from January aboard Queen Mary 2 and at www.openthebook.com.
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