Cunard is a line of history. The line proudly traces its roots, and each ship they build is filled with reminders of that history.
They also fill their ships with beautiful art - all types of artwork. There are massive works as well as small and exquisite ones. There are traditional and more contemporary pieces. There are serious and traditional subjects and more whimsical ones. Cunard invests what most people would consider a fortune in these.
Aboard the new Queen Elizabeth, surprisingly, one of the displays that's getting the most attention from passengers was one of the least expensive. And this is its (creepy) backstory.
The complete story appeared in the October 28, 2010, edition of Cruise News Daily.