A series of installations for the new MEC offices at Southbank, London.
A complicated cluster of balls flowing high and low across the modern atrium of 110 High Holborn.
A medical expo installation, representing the reduction of lung capacity.
A mixture of physical effects and abstract models, representing what goes into making the Huawei's mobile phone.
An 8ft purple monster costume was fabricated, with giant puppeteer-able hands and LED lit eyes.
We modified a C-stock tube carriage to function as a breakout area, at Aldgate's stunning Relay Building.
A posable elephant toy and grabber arm were designed and fabricated for this ad.
A number of life sized cheetahs and baby giraffes were made for world wide stores.
A giant contraption, designed to serve cat food in style.
Subtle effects and models produced for this art house film.
A nodding Afghan hound and dancing polar bear were designed and fabricated in our own workshop.
Designed to fit in an existing bag design, displayed in Milan.
A toy monkey costume for this adorable advert.
A multitude of handbag heads fabricated for this fashion exhibition.
A series of models for the 2012 Christmas catalogue and prototypes for corresponding window schemes.
A series of windows with parachuting mannequins and products with a scrolling background.
A series of fabric jellyfish to show the high quality fabrics sold in-store at John Lewis.
2 metre tall boats designed to display the high quality fabrics sold in-store at Peter Jones, Sloane Square.