We were approached by The Natural History Museum to create a film for their new exhibition; ‘Venom: Killer and Cure’
The video sits behind 3 of the venomous specimens on display in the exhibition space – the Cone Snail, Rattle Snake and Stone Fish.
The aim was to explain the biological characteristics of venom and how it works, illustrating the scientific content behind the creatures on display.
Directing duo Kiki & Remus came up with this abstract, textured design to fit within the overall dark and moody atmosphere of the exhibition space itself.
Below are a few pictures from the opening night of the Venom exhibition, showing our videos in their glory... along with the specimens!