The Drone Company needed a sleigh that could be fixed to one of their drones for Vodafone to control the first UK drone drop, remote gift delivery, entirely over their 4G mobile network.
Microsoft Rare Games asked us to make a Pimples sculpture from their game Battletoads for them to take to GamesComs and expo’s around the world.
Microsoft Rare came to us to create a Zitz sculpture from their game Battletoads. This was one of three that we had to create to be taken all over the world.
This hover bike prop was created for Microsoft Rare so they could promote their game Battletoads at various gaming expo's all around the world. Here's Rash riding the finished prop.
A Glasgow shopping centre wanted to install a Halloween photo opportunity for their customers and as it was Halloween, the obvious choice was a giant pumpkin!
Chicken and Thor hammer prop with lighting effect were created for 05creative for their client Hi-Rez Studios. The props were to be shipped to Germany for a gaming convention to promote their online game, Smite.
A magic tap that was suspended in mid air held up only by the jet of water for The Boat Show event.
We were asked by Tateside, an audiovisual company to make five hollow retro television sets to be displayed at the White City House, BBC Television Centre reception. They had modern day LED monitors placed inside to display promotional videos.
We were asked by Microsoft Rare to create four of their retro game characters, Kazooie, Banjo, Conker the Squirrel, and Battletoad. They were going to be seen by a lot of gaming experts at the E3 gaming expo and be flown all around the world.
A client of ours, Hot Pickle, asked us to make three giant animal heads for a promotion they were working on for Magnum ice-cream. These were to be suspended above Regent Street, London, during Magnum’s Design your own Magnum Pop-up week.
You won’t be surprised to learn that we jumped at the chance to create a giant cereal box, complete with giant cereal pieces and chocolate chunks.
The opera Aida was shown at The Royal Albert Hall and we were asked to make all the theatre prop elements for on-stage.
One of our regular clients, Display Plan, got in touch and asked us to help with a promotion they were working on for Braun. We were asked to create around 1,000 retail display props to look like ice blocks to promote one of their new products: Braun CoolTec shavers.
We were asked to make three life size war horses which would be painted white and have black and white clips of war horses in action during WWI.
The Australian company The Chia Company wanted some giant versions of their pots of chia dessert to help promote their brand in the UK.