‘Enemy Aliens’ is a travelling 2D exhibit focusing on the experiences of internment camp detainees in Canada during and after the First World War.

Developed with, and first shown at the Canadian War Museum, the graphics made reference to textures, graphics and propaganda found in and around internment camps, but made use of the vibrant colour to modernize the presentation and draw Museum visitors to the exhibit.

Client

Canadian War Museum

Services

Exhibit design; Exhibit graphic design; Industrial design; Infographic design; Spatial planning; Technical illustration

‘Enemy Aliens’
‘Enemy Aliens’
‘Enemy Aliens’
‘Enemy Aliens’
‘Enemy Aliens’
‘Enemy Aliens’

“ninesixteen’s designs are always thoughtful, help to communicate messages clearly, and are well-received by visitors and stakeholders alike. I find it easy to work with ninesixteen — they have excellent instincts and problem-solving skills, and produce clear and inspired solutions that help us to communicate complicated ideas visually.”

Britt Braaten
Canadian War Museum


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