Ancient Egypt
Promotional Graphics for Museum Exhibit Hall
In 2002, the Anniston Museum of Natural History re-opened its re-designed mummy hall as "Ancient Egypt".  As the museum's marketing and programs director, I was responsible for promoting this opening. I also produced all the museum's graphics. For "Ancient Egypt" I designed several print and digital graphics including these over-sized bookmark/brochures.

The die-cut image is a photograph I shot of one of the two Ptolemaic-period Egyptian mummies on exhibit. We used the image on photo magnets, which we sold in the museum's gift store.

I also wrote the copy for the piece. It won some awards, but I've forgotten what and when.
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