Back in June, the RAF Museum launched a competition to design a poster. I decided to enter.
The RAF Museum was closed earlier this year due to the Coronavirus outbreak with both its London and Cosford sites closing their doors to the public. However, in June it announced that it was preparing to re-open and launched a poster competition to celebrate.
I wanted to showcase the history of the RAF alongside its cutting edge technology with the aim of highlighting the museum as a place of learning and fun. So I produced three separate designs to show how they could be used as a series.
I won the competition with my Spitfire design and I couldn’t be more proud!
Congratulations to our Poster Competition winners, Jo (Over 18s), Alice (10-18 Years), and Harry (Under 10s). Their winning designs can be seen here shown left – right. They each win a £100 prize bundle from the #RAFMuseum Shop, kindly sponsored by The Art Society Wrekin. pic.twitter.com/rGMPDiTQXd— RAF Museum (@RAFMUSEUM) June 19, 2020