Rhona Garvin

Design

A talented illustrator, Rhona specialises in interpreting complex information and multiple storylines into compelling and accessible graphic treatments.

Rhona obtained her BA in History of Art from University College, London and her MA in Sequential Design and Illustration from Brighton University. Rhona was the Contemporary Art Commissions Manager at the Science Museum for six years, and for the last ten years has worked as an illustrator and graphic designer on a wide range of commissions including museum environments, editorial illustration, corporate literature and packaging design.

With KCA London, Rhona has worked on infographics for the Mishkat Interactive Center for Atomic and Renewable Energy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the touring Saudi 2050 exhibition for Saudi Aramco and King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy, the Carbon Trust Footprinting Exhibition, and the Exhibits in a Suitcase for Global Action Plan. She led the graphic design for a new children’s gallery at the Children’s Museum Jordan. More recently she has produced graphics for the first two temporary exhibitions, How Do We Look? and Open for Discoveryat the Francis Crick Institute exploring current biomedical research. She also devised an illustration led graphic scheme for Sorted!, the children’s play space at the Postal Museum. Rhona is currently creating a graphic approach for new science and technology galleries at the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum.