Mary Rose illustration work

infographic image of a tudor ship’s hull

The Mary Rose museum in Portsmouth has re-opened today. After many decades in a sealed area within the museum treating the timbers with preserving chemicals as they slowly dried out, the existing ship timbers can now be seen for the first time 'in the raw' without a glass barrier. Very exciting time for those of us who've worked on the project, albeit it in a small way personally, having produced a series of illustrations for the museum.