Client
Lens Based Media

Project scope
Visual Identity
Book
Exhibition Collateral

Client
Lens Based Media

Project scope
Visual Identity
Book
Exhibition Collateral

Client
Lens Based Media

Project scope
Visual Identity
Book
Exhibition Collateral

Client
Lens Based Media

Project scope
Visual Identity
Book
Exhibition Collateral

Client
Lens Based Media

Project scope
Visual Identity
Book
Exhibition Collateral

An epic, 2 year project working with artist and photographer Kevin Casey (LBM).

We created an identity, book and exhibition materials for what became "Shouldn't Throw Stones – The View of a Night Watchman".

An epic, 2 year project working with artist and photographer Kevin Casey (LBM).

We created an identity, book and exhibition materials for what became "Shouldn't Throw Stones – The View of a Night Watchman".

An epic, 2 year project working with artist and photographer Kevin Casey (LBM).

We created an identity, book and exhibition materials for what became "Shouldn't Throw Stones – The View of a Night Watchman".

An epic, 2 year project working with artist and photographer Kevin Casey (LBM).

We created an identity, book and exhibition materials for what became "Shouldn't Throw Stones – The View of a Night Watchman".

An epic, 2 year project working with artist and photographer Kevin Casey (LBM).

We created an identity, book and exhibition materials for what became "Shouldn't Throw Stones – The View of a Night Watchman".

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Moonlighting as a security guard alongside his art practice, Casey had unprecedented access to the now partially de–funct manufacturing empire of the Pilkington Glass Headquarters in St Helens. This resulted in a photo–essay project covering the building and company history from its beginnings right up to the present day. All from the viewpoint of the 'Night Watchman'.

The book and exhibition documented the huge, 32 acre complex, a collection of archive materials and interviews with ex–Pilkingtons workers as part of a film installation.

As the project developed the number of collaborators grew to include a film soundtrack by the mighty TVAM, and the brilliant arts and culture magazine, The Double Negative, as well as a number of writers, architects and drone pilots. We were also lucky enough to receive Arts Council England funding which contributed towards the production of materials.

The book is available to buy from Waterstones here.

 

Book and print collateral photographed by Paul Chadwick [paulchadwickcreative.co.uk]

Moonlighting as a security guard alongside his art practice, Casey had unprecedented access to the now partially de–funct manufacturing empire of the Pilkington Glass Headquarters in St Helens. This resulted in a photo–essay project covering the building and company history from its beginnings right up to the present day. All from the viewpoint of the 'Night Watchman'.

The book and exhibition documented the huge, 32 acre complex, a collection of archive materials and interviews with ex–Pilkingtons workers as part of a film installation.

As the project developed the number of collaborators grew to include a film soundtrack by the mighty TVAM, and the brilliant arts and culture magazine, The Double Negative, as well as a number of writers, architects and drone pilots. We were also lucky enough to receive Arts Council England funding which contributed towards the production of materials.

The book is available to buy from Waterstones here.

 

Book and print collateral photographed by Paul Chadwick [paulchadwickcreative.co.uk]

Moonlighting as a security guard alongside his art practice, Casey had unprecedented access to the now partially de–funct manufacturing empire of the Pilkington Glass Headquarters in St Helens. This resulted in a photo–essay project covering the building and company history from its beginnings right up to the present day. All from the viewpoint of the 'Night Watchman'.

The book and exhibition documented the huge, 32 acre complex, a collection of archive materials and interviews with ex–Pilkingtons workers as part of a film installation.

As the project developed the number of collaborators grew to include a film soundtrack by the mighty TVAM, and the brilliant arts and culture magazine, The Double Negative, as well as a number of writers, architects and drone pilots. We were also lucky enough to receive Arts Council England funding which contributed towards the production of materials.

The book is available to buy from Waterstones here.

 

Book and print collateral photographed by Paul Chadwick [paulchadwickcreative.co.uk]

Moonlighting as a security guard alongside his art practice, Casey had unprecedented access to the now partially de–funct manufacturing empire of the Pilkington Glass Headquarters in St Helens. This resulted in a photo–essay project covering the building and company history from its beginnings right up to the present day. All from the viewpoint of the 'Night Watchman'.

The book and exhibition documented the huge, 32 acre complex, a collection of archive materials and interviews with ex–Pilkingtons workers as part of a film installation.

As the project developed the number of collaborators grew to include a film soundtrack by the mighty TVAM, and the brilliant arts and culture magazine, The Double Negative, as well as a number of writers, architects and drone pilots. We were also lucky enough to receive Arts Council England funding which contributed towards the production of materials.

The book is available to buy from Waterstones here.

 

Book and print collateral photographed by Paul Chadwick [paulchadwickcreative.co.uk]

Moonlighting as a security guard alongside his art practice, Casey had unprecedented access to the now partially de–funct manufacturing empire of the Pilkington Glass Headquarters in St Helens. This resulted in a photo–essay project covering the building and company history from its beginnings right up to the present day. All from the viewpoint of the 'Night Watchman'.

The book and exhibition documented the huge, 32 acre complex, a collection of archive materials and interviews with ex–Pilkingtons workers as part of a film installation.

As the project developed the number of collaborators grew to include a film soundtrack by the mighty TVAM, and the brilliant arts and culture magazine, The Double Negative, as well as a number of writers, architects and drone pilots. We were also lucky enough to receive Arts Council England funding which contributed towards the production of materials.

The book is available to buy from Waterstones here.

 

Book and print collateral photographed by Paul Chadwick [paulchadwickcreative.co.uk]

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