WaterAid projections London – Water Means Life appeal

WaterAid projections created an evocative light installation outside one of Britain’s first maternity hospitals featuring the silhouettes of pregnant women to show how every two seconds, a woman gives birth in a health centre without clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene.

WaterAid Water Means Life Light Installation – 18 Jan 2023


Unilever London supporting the International Day of Disabled People with purple projections accross its London Headquarters.

The International Day of Disabled Persons aims to promote the rights and well-being of persons with disabilities in all spheres of society.

Each year Unilever shows its support for this worthy cause with purple projections accross its facade at its London Headquarters.

Westquay, Southampton projection show

Westquay Greatest Showman projections and searchlights

FREE TO USE IMAGES Pictured: Visitors to Westquay are being invited to help rewrite the stars and watch the historic city walls come alive at an immersive light show. Running from Friday 21st to Saturday 29th October, The Greatest Digital Fireworks Show is sure to make the half term holiday go off with a bang. Spectators can enjoy a 20 minute spectacular digital firework display, using projection mapping, enhanced with special effects and live dancers, all set to The Greatest Showman anthems that we know

GAP Sweatshirt relaunch London Projections

Gap Hoodie projection campaign London

Gap relaunches its Classic Hoodie. A projection campaign in London was launched with Gap’s Icon and UK performer Labrinth. Labrinth is a humanitarian connecting souls through the power of music. The images were projected in multiple locations across the City over the course of an evening.

London Projection Campaign
Projection Campaign London

Ripple Wind Turbine Projections

The UK’s first consumer-owned wind turbine has officially opened after securing investment from over 900 owners. Ripple Energy with the help of EMF staged a light show which projected the names of the owners on to the turbine tower.

The turbine enables customers to own their own source of low cost, stable priced green power. At a time of record breaking energy prices and as the Ukraine war leads people look for ways to become less dependent on imported energy, owning a source of stable priced, home grown green energy is a simple, ready-made solution to both.  

Sarah Merrick, CEO of Ripple Energy, said: “This project demonstrates how wind farm ownership can free consumers from volatile, high energy prices and dependence on imported energy. Ripple’s 907 members will be generating their own low cost, green energy for the next 25 years. This shows better energy solutions, that give people real power, are available today.