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The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group
The Office Group

The Office Group

2013

Our long-time collaborators and good friends at The Office Group commissioned us to create a bespoke art scheme for their new spaces at Euston Station.

Taking a Richard Seifert building and adding their unique style, we decided to centre the artwork around station life and commuter culture. We created a play on sensationalist Evening Standard headline boards, presented the next in our series of ticket pieces (this one made from over 30,000 ticket chads), and commissioned a series of photos taken from the perspective of the homeless, ‘A View From Below’.

In addition, we developed a series of prints in-house in homage to the brutalist architect Seifert, contrasting his stark structures with bright solid colour. We also worked with Andrew Stanney to bring his acclaimed collection of Ghost Station photographs to life throughout the corridors.

 


The Facts:

Size:
Media: Rubber
Client: The Office Group
Location: Euston, London