The completed installation was designed to represent the litter dropped on an everyday basis in London and was used to publicise the exhibition in their press release.
What we did
Our resident artist Chris Naylor designed and produced a stylised 3D sculpture of the modern London skyline. This was then positioned against a hand painted backdrop.
The sculpture was made entirely out of recycled and waste materials including crisp packets, sweet wrappers, water bottles, cigarettes, fast food trays and coffee cups.
The piece was created at MOF Studios before being installed at The Museum of London for their photoshoot then remaining in situ for the duration of the exhibition.
- 400 pieces of litter were collected, hand cleaned and reused
- The final sculpture measured 195cm wide x 670cm high x 30cm deep
- There was a featured article on the Londonist
- It was featured as a part of the main exhibition until its closure in Jan 2018