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Anna Lincoln

Visual design for the arts


WW1 at Sea
Exhibition graphic design

In World War I, Britain’s war at sea was fought on an epic scale with terrible human loss. This is largely forgotten today. The graphic language of this exhibition takes inspiration from Dazzle painting – geometric lines and pastel colours used to camouflage ships at sea. Large environmental graphics contextualize objects in cases and on digital screens, carrying the exhibition visual language and giving visitors more information.

In collaboration with Simon Milthorpe and Joyce Bishara.


Anna is a London-based freelance designer and researcher, who collaborates with spatial designers, curators, writers and digital designers to create experiences for cultural, commercial and public spaces.
Clients include the British Musem, Royal Museums Greenwich and the National Trust. 

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MA Narrative Environments,
Central Saint Martins, UAL

BA Graphic Design,
Camberwell College of Arts, UAL