Studio Eger is an independent graphic design studio, specialising in exhibitions and print. Our design is narrative-led, finding timeless solutions that respond to each project’s themes. We enjoy communicating stories in a fresh and straight-forward manner. We aim to create engaging projects with happy clients.
We believe strongly in collaboration, and work closely with each client to find the appropriate solution for each brief. All clients have a direct relationship with Helen Eger, and our team understands the design process from concept development through to detail design and production. We can provide interpretation, project management, and graphic design, and we also have a strong network of consultants from other specialisms, including 3d and interior design, to collaborate with as required.
Helen Eger founded Studio Eger in 2014, with the aim of collaborating with other industry specialists to create cultural projects within the public realm. She is an art director with over fifteen years experience of working with some of the world’s leading exhibition designers and museums. Whilst at Ralph Applebaum Associates, Helen led the graphic and audio-visual design for the award-winning permanent displays at the London Transport Museum, and created the graphic identity for the Culloden Memorial Battlefield Project. She was lead graphic designer for the National Museum of Scotland refurbishment that opened in 2011, with twelve new galleries showcasing the Museum's internationally important collections. Helen understands the design process from concept development through to detail design and production, with extensive experience in designing to brief, managing budgets and schedules.
Helen originally trained as an artist at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford University, and in 2002, she graduated with a Masters in Communication Art and Design from the Royal College of Art.
Culloden Battlefield Memorial Project, Visitor Centre Branding
Project Books: Holyrood House & The Russian Jewish Museum of Tolerance
Royal Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh
London Transport Museum