To commemorate the 200th Anniversary of Victorian writer and poet, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, the British Library appointed Grade to design an exhibition which opened on Valentine's Day. The exhibition revolves around a 21 meter long display wall which charts her
life from her childhood years in the country, her 5 year long depression in London to her falling in love and moving to
Italy with fellow poet Robert Browning. To support the many items on display from the British Library's collection, the design uses vivid graduated colours and bold illustrative silhouettes to communicate the many aspects and changes in her life.