As part of Red Stripe’s Make Art on the Street project, we collaborated with Filthy Luker, for a massive scaffolding front on Town Hall, Manchester. It took the form of a giant retro-arcade game using bits of street furniture like traffic cones and roadwork barriers. It was then rigged up with led lighting and attached to an interactive column to allow passers-by to ‘play’ the game. Filthy Luker’s piece amassed a rather large pile of press from Nationals like Daily Mail and The Sun as well as respected blogs in the art, design and gaming communities.
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