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.
Absolutely. Oh. Sorry. Thought you asked, “Do Ben and Jerry’s make the best ice cream?” Right. Um. Is there life after death? Nah. There’s only an endless void. And they make you pay for parking.