Wed 20 May 2020 Company News

An object a day #30: view of the Royal Observatory

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: view of the Royal Observatory.

Tue 19 May 2020 Company News

An object a day #29: children’s ward Donald Duck

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: children’s ward Donald Duck.

Fri 15 May 2020 Company News

An object a day #28: war zone Buddha head

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: war zone Buddha head.

Moulded and painted clay head of a female bodhisattva
Tue 12 May 2020 Company News

An object a day #27: Chinese scroll painting

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: Chinese scroll painting.

Mon 11 May 2020 Company News

An object a day #26: The Bayeux Tapestry

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: The Bayeux Tapestry.

A Saxon woman and child watch Normans set fire to their house
Fri 08 May 2020 Company News

An object a day #25: Cosimo III’s hippo

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: Cosimo III’s hippo.

This stuffed hippo, a 17th-century Medici pet, is on display at La Specola, Florence