Goodbye EU projections White Cliffs of Dover
Marking the moment that the PM’s letter triggered Article 50 large projections were beamed across the White Cliffs of Dover saying goodbye to the EU.
Manchester National Housing Federation projection campaign across their building in Manchester with high powered searchlights highlighting the campaign to passing footfall and cars.
The 100th birthday of Dame Vera was celebrated with a massive projection across the White Cliffs of Dover by the One Show and presenter Dan Snow along with a spitfire fly.
Dame Vera Lynn visited conflict zones to lift troop morale during the Second World War, earning the title “The Forces’ Sweetheart” due to her music’s popularity with the British armed forces fighting across the world.
To celebrate the UK-India Year of Culture the national bird of India was projected over the facade of Buckingham Palace whilst the Queen, Head of the Commonwealth hosted a special reception attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
As the guests from the world of sport, fashion, show business and the arts arrived and drove through the gates of the palace they were greeted with the large projection shining across the palace.
The artwork was commissioned by the British Council and the Indian High Commission, with the peacock being the national bird of India it looked magnificent
The 2017 UK-India Year of Culture will celebrate the deep cultural ties of the two countries, and the reception at Buckingham Palace will begin the start of a year-long programme of events and exhibitions which will take place in both countries. These events are being organised by the British Council, together with the Indian High Commission in London, UK institutions and their Indian counterparts, with the aim to connect and inspire people to celebrate the long-standing relationship and vibrant cultural history.
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.
Bangladesh Independence Day was celebrated with massive video mapping projections covering the whole building facade.
Cafe Royal wishes Happy Christmas with a Projection Mapped messages in the run up to the festive holidays.
Pier Head on Cardiff’s waterfront was lit up with building projections celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Childline launched by Ester Ranzten.
Images for Veterans Foundation were projected onto the White Cliffs of Dover to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.
The words ‘Lest We Forget’ and ‘Battle of the Somme’ were among images shone on to the cliffs in Kent overlooking the English Channel. As well as marking the Somme’s 100th anniversary, organisers of the Veteran Foundation are launching a scheme to support Armed Forces veterans.
Hannah Campbell Ex-Army corporal- who lost her left leg in a blast in Basra – is aiming to raise £1 million to help veterans who have hit hard times.
Ms Campbell said veterans sometimes face trauma, homelessness and poverty, as well as a need for retraining once they return to civilian life. With the help of the newly-launched Veterans’ Lottery, she hopes to secure funding for projects to help change the lives of those who served their country.
Ms Campbell, patron of the new Veterans’ Foundation, said: ‘July 1, 1916 was the heaviest loss in British Army history and those heroes gave everything to ensure our freedom. It is essential all of us remember that sacrifice. Lest we forget.
‘At the same time, we must also be aware of what’s happening today, and those veterans that are in desperate need for help and support. We can’t change the past, but can learn from it and shape the future.’