FAT combined with photographer Josh Pulman to create this five storey-high mural announcing the first of five new temporary museums at London’s Oxo Tower Wharf. Images of 200 local people are incorporated into the mural, which runs up the side of The Bargehouse building. This will house The Museum Of, which opens next week with The Museum Of Collectors followed by The Museum Of Me, The Museum Of Emotions, The Museum Of the Unknown and finally The Museum Of the River Thames, which is hoped to become a permanent feature. Communication design team ThomasMatthews created the graphics, including text-based light projections on the building’s exterior.
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