George Wassouf live concert in London projected across London sites.
Projection campaign in London for #Ruthless with projections throughout London to highlight Europes role in the global tiger business. Delegates from around the world arrive in the city for the 2018 Illegal Wildlife Trade (IWT) Conference, which begins today Thursday 11th October.The IWT conference is an opportunity to discuss how wildlife, that is currently suffering at the expense of illegal trade, can be protected and animal welfare charity FOUR PAWS UK wanted to use this opportunity to highlight the detrimental trade in tigers. The charity has uncovered shocking evidence that tiger traders are operating throughout Europe and selling to Asian countries, where demand for their parts is causing mass cruelty and contributing to the decline of the species in the wild.
Projections lit up March Arch in celebration of Saudi National Day
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
Building projections across Tonteria Night club, Sloane Square, London.
Tonteria night club celebrated tonight with large projections beamed across its building in Sloane Square, London.
Dame Vera 100 Birthday Projections White Cliffs of Dover
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.
Peacock Projection covers famous London landmark, Buckingham Palace
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.