Over the past 3 years the-m have worked with Bradgate park to develop a visual appeal for their printed materials and website.

As part of that relationship, the redevelopment of the Visitor Centre has now become the next project. Following the success of the interpretive graphics produced for Bradgate House Chapel, the-m have now been engaged to create an overall theme for the exhibition graphics.

Set to be launched early in 2016

The aim, to bring to life the story of Bradgate and Swithland. The Building which is being totally refurbished made possible with the generous donations of benefactors from the fund raising efforts of the Rotary Club of Leicester celebrating their Centenary anniversary. Looks set to form a perfect background for this ambitious project. The look and feel of the extensive graphic panels look set to make the exhibition, with its interactive elements an outstanding addition to the park and interpretation to the public of its history and uniqueness as a public access space. We are currently working with Creative Good and John Martyn to bring to life that story. Zonal areas of fabulous photography weaved into informative graphic panels and wonderful exhibits sit in an interesting environment of imagery and information. The exhibition tells the story of the parks early Human History from Palaeolithic times through the middle ages and up-to the Park as it is today. Geology and wildlife also play an important part in that story