Four stop-motion animated ads with fabricated miniature figures and sets.
Asylum helped tweak Miles' design and fully fabricated the puppeteer-able character.
A Harrods window display with a motorised wheel, designed to work non-stop for several weeks.
Numerous versions of the same bag were pattern made and stitched together for a variety of different effects.
A beaten, old football puppet showing how 'NOT' to play the game.
Large neon shapes programmed with animated patterns, for New Bond St. store's windows.
Celebrating the birth of Louis Vuitton, 200 years ago, Asylum designed this unique trunk.
A large RC racing track to promote Cisco's traffic control AI.
An LED lit table for the Ashes 2019 commentary box, that could change colour.
A submersible boat set over 10 metres long, used for the sinking scenes in 'Eastenders' dramatic disaster.
Transforming the amphitheatre in Sheldon Square into a spectacle of light, colour and movement, “Chords of Light” is a fully immersive lighting design.
Two sets of giant legs were produced to celebrate the release of Drag Race UK at Manchester Pride.
A multi-sensory spatial installation, displaying macro photography of gemstones.
A series of outdoor installations for Twitter's Cannes Lions event.
A set of giant red noses travelling across the UK for Comic Relief.
A set of lacquered Masks fitted with mannequin hands.
A mechanised box with built-in light fixtures and automated hinges.
A 3.5 metre, motorised, geodesic globe, covered in triangular solar panel tiles.