ChangePlan Ltd was called in to distort ready prepared artwork. A large plate, approx 6m in diameter, was produced to commemorate the Vauxhall Golf 25 year anniversary. The artwork, which had to be printed onto the plate, had been produced. ChangePlan Ltd had to transform the artwork to fit around the rim of the plate, which was at an angle, so the curvature had to be distorted The Picture (apologies for the quality) shows it on Hanger Lane, (the North Circular Road, A406), London, UK.
Liverpool Media Wall 2008
ChangePlan Ltd was approached by Macro Art, to manipulate flat artwork to be split into panels & manipulated to bend around differing profiles to produce the Liverpool Media Wall, a 30m wide 7m high advertising screen. The different profiles used to form of the wall meant that extensive image correction was needed to allow the panels to merge as one image.
Millennium Dome, London. Olympic bid 2012.
ChangePlan Ltd calculated the distortion affects produced by placing straight lettering onto the curved surfaces of the Millennium dome, London. We then applied distortions to the original artwork for the London 2012 Olympic bid. The banner was made up of 16 panels (24m high x 4.5m wide) printed by Macro Art. When the panels were joined, the resulting banner followed the curvature of the Millennium dome, London, so that when a banner was anchored 1m above the surface. The lettering and graphics would appear straight when viewed from above, as the members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), flew in and out of London.
Grade II listed building
ChangePlan Ltd produced a full 3D model of a Grade II listed building. All renovations and extensions had to be presented to committee for approval. Every feature had to be taken into consideration, from correct stonework to new doors matching existing in style & manufacture. The 3D rendered model proved an invaluable tool to not only show how the new interacted with the original, but also for cataloguing features prior to commencement of works. Lots of the Original windows and doors had to be replaced, and the new Romanesque style pool added to the rear had to compliment the original build of the house.