Johnson Banks creates 3D Science Museum campaign

Johnson Banks has devised a campaign for the Science Museum’s 3D Summer season, based on ‘odd-looking’ 3D clip art.

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The museum’s programme will include interactive workshops, a 3D family trail, body scanning and 3D films.

Johnson Banks, which created the Science Museum’s identity in 2010, says it took inspiration for the campaign from 3D clip-art on sites like Turbo Squid ‘where the models are all posed looking slightly odd’.

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Johnson Banks worked with 3D modeling and CGI group Happy Finish to help develop this look.  

Two would be visitors have been placed in a ‘surreal wire frame world’ where the Science Museum identity has been given extra depth and floating objects have been added.

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An Underground poster campaign is rolling out and a 3D family trail leaflet has been designed, which will be given out free to visitors.

There will be a downloadable PDF version of the trail, and visitors will find stickers around the museum to help guide them.

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