We have worked with Tate Britain on a number of projects for the the eductaion and interpretation department.
To coincide with the 2004 Anthony Caro retrospective Hyperkit was commissioned to design a toy that would introduce children to the ideas of abstract sculpture. Our solution was to draw a set of shapes, influenced by Caro's work, to be die cut from a thick sheet of coloured board. Slots in the shapes allow the child to construct their sculpture and an important aspect for us was that there would be no right or wrong way to create your sculpture. The toy was produced in green and yellow and came packaged in a clear bag with abstract instructions printed onto it.
Other projects have included printed exhibition trails and the design of a pair of Art Trolleys to allow children to get creative in the gallery spaces.