An exhibition to celebrate The National Magazine Company's (Hearst UK) centennial anniversary. Among the countless parties and celebrations, NatMag were proud to culminate the festivities by showcasing an exhibition at London's Saatchi Gallery. The event gained high levels of press, which was heightened further when the Prime Minister, David Cameron decided to visit the exhibit.

I was commissioned by NatMag as lead creative and curator, working alongside designer, Wayne Hemingway.
The exhibition spanned across four galleries and would showcase not only NatMag's prestigious history, but would also celebrate the progression and diversity of it's current form.

Highlights included a floor to ceiling montage of all NatMag titles throughout the decades, enlarged '1st issues' of several magazines and a moving wall of images highlighting the impact magazines have on society today.