Our flexible, efficient and highly productive graphics department can provide illustrative material to accompany short reports, glossy publications and display materials.
Our team uses Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Computer Aided Design (CAD) for research and report illustrations. GIS is used for spatial and chronological analysis of archaeological and landscape data. CAD is used for all types of mapping, technical drawings, report illustrations, publication drawings and standing building surveys. We endeavour to facilitate the exchange of graphic information with our clients at all stages of a project, in the format most useful to them.
We use Adobe Creative Cloud applications for layout and design, and our finds illustrators are all either experienced archaeologists or draughts people, who use both manual and digital illustration techniques.
Artistic reconstructions based on excavated evidence are also part of the service we can provide. Whether you need finds drawings, heritage interpretation panels, publicity material or leaflets to accompany guided walks, we can help.