In today’s digital world, we have become accustomed to seeing maps as part of our museum experience. To us, cartography is about more than accurate representations, we go above and beyond to express a sense of times gone by within our work and we have cultivated loyalty because of it.
We are delighted to have built strong relationships with The British Museum, Fitzwilliam Museum, National Maritime Museum and English Heritage who rely on mash-design to capture culture, background, and age through our digital cartography.
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For this map, featured in ‘Young Wellington in India 1796-1805’ exhibition, Apsley House, we opted for a sketchy minimalistic style to depict the historic coastline and rivers of 17th century India.
Created exclusively for the British Museum, this historical map relied on extensive research of burial sites which enabled us to accurately depict the sanctuary of Apollo-Reshef at Dali.
For an exhibition titled ‘A new world’, we gifted The British Museum with a crisp design that blended seamlessly with the exhibition graphic panels.
Researching the correct reference material before drawing a map is vital, we at mash-design love creating digital maps and site plans.
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