The Brooklands Aircraft Factory and Race Track Revival Project – or ‘Re-Engineering Brooklands’ – is an interactive exhibition that tells the story of British innovation in aviation and motorsports, and inspires visitors to have a go at techniques and processes involved in the making of aircraft.

Design firm     Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Client     Brooklands Museum
Project role 
    Illustration work (developing aviation icon suite) and artworking
Photography credit    
Ralph Appelbaum Associates / Andrew Lee


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Probe is an annual event connected to European Researchers Night. It endeavours to highlight how significant research is in order to help permeate and solve societal issues. The main objective of Probe was to provide the opportunity for visitors to explore each of Horizon 2020’s societal challenges alongside a multidisciplinary cohort of Irish researchers.
Client     Science Gallery Dublin and Trinity College Dublin
Project role
    Brand design, illustration, motion graphics and print artwork


Each year Science Gallery launches an annual event where their audience can catch a glimpse into what exhibitions will be anticipated for the following year. For 2016, themes ranged from trauma, farming to seeing, design and violence. These topics are summarised into a suite of visual motifs which are featured as preliminary graphics used before each exhibition has been established.

Client     Science Gallery Dublin
Project role
    Illustration, motion graphics and print artwork





SEEING was a temporary exhibition at Science Gallery Dublin. Visitors could experience a range of works by artists, scientists and designers who tackle the complex sensory experience of seeing, understanding, and perception. The overall design for this exhibition intended to illuminate optics, perspective, and comprehension while exploring enhanced and augmented ways of seeing, artificial eyes, and radical alternatives to vision.
Client     Science Gallery Dublin
Project role
    Exhibition design with Claire Healy, illustration, motion graphics and print artwork


The World Gallery at the Horniman Museum and Gardens draws on the Horniman’s internationally significant anthropology collections to deliver a contemporary world cultures gallery, exploring what it means to be human and to live a human life in the one world we all inhabit.
Design firm     Ralph Appelbaum Associates
Client     Horniman Museum
Project role     Design, illustration work and artworking
Photography credit     Ralph Appelbaum Associates / Andrew Lee