Four stop-motion animated ads with fabricated miniature figures and sets.
Asylum helped tweak Miles' design and fully fabricated the puppeteer-able character.
Two models, one a skilfully carved architectural miniature...... and another made from twigs!
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.
A 3D maze encapsulated in a display case, celebrating Monsieur Louis' 200th Birthday.
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.
A series of prop rifles with modern alterations.
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.
An installation by artist Filip Custic, featured at the entrance of Selfridges during Manchester International Festival.
A series of outdoor installations for Twitter's Cannes Lions event.