Natural History Museum annual and Science Reviews designed by Uniform

The Natural History Museum’s Annual and Science Reviews have been designed by Uniform.

The Reviews has been created to highlight the achievements by the Museum of the year, including its new £78 million eight storey Darwin Centre, with mini biogs on some of the main individuals, from the head of innovation, to the head of schools and the chair of botany research.

The review aims to highlight the credibility of the research and scientific credentials of the museum.

Tim Sharp, design director of Uniform, commented: “It was a great story to tell. We wanted to take some of those big headline figures to explain the relevance and importance of the Museum to people’s lives.”

Katie Rosen, creative director of the Natural History Museum added: “The Annual and Science Reviews are an important piece of work for us, particularly this year, and we’re delighted with the finished reports."

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