David Haye Image Projected Onto The Museum of Liverpool
David Haye projection Liverpool Museum
David Haye’s was projected in an image of him knocking out Tony Bellew on the side of a hotel in Liverpool as their fight build-up intensified on Merseyside.
The image was projected onto the Liverpool hotel that is the venue for the pre-fight press conference, where Haye said Bellew would be ‘risking his life’ by entering the ring with him.
The 36-year-old has once again teamed up with artist Endless ahead of the bout with Bellew, at the O2 Arena, who reproduced the iconic image of Muhammad Ali versus Sonny Liston, with Haye knocking Bellew to the canvas.
Fusion Festival celebrated its move to Liverpool for this years festival on 3rd & 4th September with a massive projection across the Liver Building and Searchlights shining high powered coloured beams into the Liverpool skyline.
Liver Building Projection for #GoodLuckAP campaign
A massive projection for the #GoodLuckAP campaign was launched last night in honour of AP McCoy’s last race at Aintree.
Liverpool’s famous Liver building was illuminated with Searchlights and a large outdoor projected image of one of McCoy’s finest moments – winning the world famous Grand National on Don’t Push It in 2010 – together with the words “The Greatest Jockey. The Greatest Race.”
Ahead of AP McCoy’s retirement from the sport Aintree racecourse though it was appropriate to celebrate this great man as he becomes the jockey to have had the most rides in the history of the Grand National. With his connections with the world famous Grand National held in Liverpool where better than to project onto the Liver Building to celebrate a great city and a great sporting champion.
For the huge rugby game Ireland v South Africa – Guinness Rugby Series emf travelled to the Aviva Stadium, Dublin to help cheer on Ireland with 6 high powered colour changing searchlights supporting Ireland with green beams shining over the the stadium
EMF light up the sky for the 2009 Thames Festival with 8 x Ireos 8kw Space Cannon Search Lights. The search lights were towed up The Thames on a huge pontoon to London Bridge where the Thames Festival celebrations take place and were used for the run up to the grand finale before the fireworks were launched.