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MacroArt celebrates history at Colchester Castle

Wide-format specialist MacroArt recently produced a range of graphics for a new visitor experience at Colchester Castle.

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The exhibition is sited in the iconic Charles Grey Room at Colchester Castle

The ‘Decoding the Dead’ exhibition at the castle helps bring 2,000-year-old stories back to life.
Working with RFA Design and Matt Langstaff, the MacroArt team produced almost 100sq m of panels and graphics to inform and guide visitors through the exhibition.

These included self-adhesive vinyl prints, label captions for the showcases, TFS entrance banners and prints, all of which were installed over two days in collaboration with Aluvista, a bespoke system of rails, brackets and hanging kits.

MacroArt sales director, Matt Guise comments: “It was rewarding to be able to showcase MacroArt’s full service capabilities on this project, demonstrating once again the passion, vision, creativity and expertise that goes into ‘The Art of MacroArt’. 

It was rewarding to be able to showcase MacroArt’s full service capabilities on this project

“We welcomed the opportunity to work so closely with RFA Design, to deliver an elegant, effective answer to the client’s brief.”

Andrew Galvin, director of RFA Design, adds: “As our preferred graphics contractor, MacroArt played a significant role in the delivery of all parts of this project – not only in terms of graphic production but also in designing and supplying the tailor-made aluminium framework around which the new exhibition was developed. 

“We are extremely happy with yet another on-time, on-budget and impeccable result; feedback from the client team and museum visitors has also been nothing but positive.” 

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