The Museum of London and Brothers & Sisters have won the interactive Epica d’Or at the 2010 Epica Awards for “StreetMuseum“, an iPhone app which integrates art and photography with the streets of London. The app uses geo tagging and Google Maps to guide users to sites in London where historical images of the city appear on the iphone screen. Download the app from iTunes. Users are encouraged to visit the Museum of London’s new Galleries of Modern London and discover the story of the world’s greatest city and its people, and to buy prints of the images online at www.museumoflondon.org.uk.
The StreetMuseum app was developed at Brothers & Sisters, London, by executive creative director Andy Fowler, creative director Steve Shannon, creatives Kirsten Rutherford and Lisa Jelliffe, account manager Emma Simmons, deveopers Gavin Buttimore and Robin Charlton, new business director Helen Kimber, head of digital Kevin Brown, digital project manager Tanya Holland, digital designer Mateus Wanderley, and image geotagger Jack Kerruish.