My Work – North korean art website

The Client

Twin Sheds art gallery.

It’s not every day you get asked to create a website for a museum of North Korean art in the rolling hills of Tuscany. So, when you do, you jump at the chance …

The museum project aims to open global eyes to the hermit kingdom’s forgotten art form. By raising funds to redevelop two abandoned Italian industrial sheds into a new permanent home for the world’s biggest independent collection.

The Challenge

This project demanded resourcefulness and speed.

Resourcefulness. Because, well, it’s North Korea …

Speed. Because the clients got in touch with me just 10 days before their inaugural fund-raising preview in the yet-to-be-transformed sheds. And needed a website up and running before the event.

The brief wasn’t only for compelling copy, but for me to build the website too (on a platform I’d never used before).

The Solution

I walked a fine line to ensure I built excitement about this mind-blowing collection without the project sounding like an apology for a totalitarian regime.

And I delivered the website on message and on time. Naturally …

The Results

The website is one piece the complex puzzle of getting this unsual museum off the ground. It acts as a clear and engaging showcase to which to which the project’s masterminds can direct potential backers.

Twin Sheds Website Samples

Use the arrows near the sides (or dots at the bottom) to scroll through screenshots of the site’s

  • Homepage
  • Where to Find Us page
  • About Us page
  • Get in Touch page.