London’s City Hall supported the Green for Grenfell Illuminations to “shine a light” of love and solidarity remembering the victims of Grenfell.
Buckingham Palace facade was illuminated with a rainforest design projected on to the building on Sunday night, ahead of The Queen’s Green Planet documentary with Sir David Attenborough.
The vibrant image was displayed as part of a global conservation initiative in the Queen’s name, using the palace as a blank canvas to take the viewer into a forest canopy space.
It features Her Majesty’s Commonwealth Canopy Project (QCC) logo embedded with a pattern of foliage and tree silhouettes, transforming the iconic British building.
The project seeks to preserve precious areas of forest for future generations, and will also be the subject of the ITV documentary, which features The Queen and Attenborough and will be broadcast tonight at 9pm.
The projection also comes at the start of a week that will see representatives of 53 countries gather in London for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (Chogm).
Environmental themes and other issues of common interest will be discussed during the summit.
The Queen has planted more than 1,500 trees all over the world during the course of her 66-year reign.
To celebrate the launch of the Jurassic Park toys a central London Smyth’s store was turned into a giant double cinema screen showing exclusive Jurassic World:Fallen Kingdom trailer content.
The event was documented by a professional film crew who captured the projection and they also created a time lapse sizzle reel of the installation process to give viewers an insight into how the experience was created.
Smyth’s will be using the content to promote Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom across all its digital and social media including Facebook and Instagram, as well as embedding video within the online cross category Jurassic brand store.
Large projections for Australia Day lit up the Angel of the North
Enfield projections highlighting World Mental Health Day
To highlight Mental Health Services In Enfield – a massive projection was beamed onto Enfield’s council building for World Mental Health Day 2017.
The Mayor attended and assisted by dramatically activating the projections with a huge plunger.
1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem each year… but what does that really mean?
It could be your neighbour, your colleague or your friend.
World Mental Health Day aims to increase awareness of the prevalence and symptoms of mental health difficulties, in addition to helping you find the right help for yourself or a loved one.
EMF were proud to assist in helping getting this important message out there.
Projection Installation for GBK at Clarks Village, Somerset.
Permanent floor projection installation for GBK at Clarks Village to attract customers in.
Kraken Screamfest building projection London
Kraken rum presented Screamfest for a scary Friday 13th at Rio Cinema, Dalston with a large outdoor building projection to greet the audience brave enough to join The Kraken for the special event to watch Britain’s most terrifying film,
After the brave souls attended the Kraken Horror Parlour to be made up to look like petrifying clowns the film screened to the scariest audience of all time celebrating the doomed date of Friday 13th.
Novartis World Arthritis Day building projections
Projections spanning the Novartis building in Camberley helped to raise awareness of the importance of early diagnosis of rheumatic musculoskeletal diseases for World Arthritis Day.