Honouring the memory of Irish seafarers
Housed in the unique location of the Mariners' Church in Dún Laoghaire,
a seaside town just south of Dublin, The National Maritime Museum of Ireland is
a registered not-for-profit charity. Maintained by a team of volunteers, the church building was restored from very poor condition to re-open to the public in 2012.
As a fan of the Maritime Museum since first coming to study in Dún Laoghaire,
I volunteered my services to develop a new visual identity, which would help
re-establish the museum in the busy cultural tourism sector.

Working closely with the museum's marketing committee, we arrived
at a flexible, contemporary solution based on the naval signal flags
which predated modern communications.
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