LEGO is an iconic brand which continues to capture the imaginations of old and new generations alike. We reflect on 5 of our projects from a decade’s worth of time-lapse featuring this much-loved toy.
Retail work is incredibly varied but as a professional time-lapse provider, we offer solutions that can document all manner of developments.
These are just some of the famous landmarks we have captured using time-lapse – but not in their usual guise. As the toy manufacturer celebrates another milestone, we look at projects we have worked on that heavily involve the iconic Lego brick.
While time-lapse is a practical resource for contractors to share their major developments, it can also function as a way of preserving parts of a city that will never look the same way again.
Despite some working environments being more challenging to work in than others, we always go above and beyond for our clients, continually pushing the boundaries of what can be achieved using time-lapse.
As 2016 comes to an end, we review just some of the many projects and work we have been involved in these past 12 months. In part one of this round-up, take a look at our new websites, new staff and most popular blogs.
We were chosen to capture the the world’s largest Lego store under construction in capital’s most popular retail and tourism destination. Our clients ISG commissioned us to create a three-minute Lego time-lapse video across the 18-week fit-out period.