After the big success with the Sherlock Holmes exhibition promo that we created for the Museum of London, we happily received a call from them commissioning us for a very interesting project called “Looking for Londoners”.

The permanent exhibition consists of a journey through archaeology and treasures found over the years in London, such as those uncovered during recent excavations at Dickens Square in Southwark.
Our contribution to the exhibition consisted of a projected film incorporating a mixture of 2D and 3D techniques. It explains the processes involved in archaeology, but also explains the emotive side – that these objects that we find today we once parts of the lives of people not too dissimilar from ourselves today, and that they can tell us stories about how our ancestors lived their lives.


The film is the absolute first thing that the museum-goer will see when entering the Museum of London.