Natural History Museum, London

Venom: Killer and Cure
Art direction Exhibition graphics

Venom held at the Natural History Museum explored our fear and fascination with nature's most deadly cocktails. The exhibition was organised into three sections designed as distinct immersive experiences.

Our organic design approach reflects venom fluidity when spread through the body. Translucent materials create a skin-like effect and convey our fragility and vulnerability facing venom and its power. An eerie atmosphere is also achieved by playing with large scale photography focussed on skin textures. Integrated infographics help visitors to understand the mysteries of venom by turning complex information into simple graphic explanations.

3D design: Drinkall Dean
Entrance moving image: Studio SDNA
Photography: Leon Chew