Bespoke museum tours III

Johnson Banks – a graphic design studio I’ve admired for years for their witty, intelligent designs – has just done for the V&A what I imagine Tate Britain were aiming for in my previous blogpost.

Both are based on the same great idea – that first came to my notice here – of offering people a way into what are otherwise fairly daunting collections of art and artifacts.

And as an aside these two examples have inadvertantly given me an example of why good design is important. Which are you more drawn towards using?