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The blackest black?

The blackest black?

Originally a joke between two artists over who has the blackest black and who should have access to it, we were tasked with the realisation and fabrication of a giant mousetrap and cheese for display in London’s Covent Garden. Working from only a miniature 3D printed...
New look for bournemouth business.

New look for bournemouth business.

Challenged by a client to turn an old shop front into something more contemporary, we designed, fabricated and installed a series of panels to replicate the appearance of a weathered shipping container whilst maintaining the functionality of a busy barber’s shop. Our...
BOW Square Development

BOW Square Development

Having worked on public art projects for a number of years, we were excited to be approached by a Southampton based arts agency regarding a recreation of the City’s old Fruitmarket walls as part of a major redevelopment project. Using 8mm Cor-Ten steel, we laser cut...
Tom Hiscocks Triumphs!

Tom Hiscocks Triumphs!

Having a longstanding working relationship with leading British artist Tom Hiscocks means that we are used to seeing beautiful works of art pass through our workshop but we were particularly delighted when we visited Newbury Racecourse for the unveiling of this...
Luke jerram-maya

Luke jerram-maya

Commissioned by Arts Agency The Sculpture Factory, we worked closely with British installation artist Luke Jerram to produce his work ‘MAYA’ for display at Bristol Temple Meads Railway station. The work was made by us using waterjet cut layers of 12mm aluminium...
Accujet- as seen on tv!

Accujet- as seen on tv!

Sometimes TV production companies need high quality fabrication work supplied quickly to fit in with their busy filming schedule. In this case we were asked to produce this piece to be included in CO-OP guerrilla marketing campaign that was also featured in a TV ad....