Category: EXHIBIT

Swingers – Washington DC

Despite COVID, national lockdowns and travel restrictions, we delivered 2 nine hole crazy golf courses for Swingers US.
Their new Washington based venue opened in June 2021 and we are pleased to be able to share these pictures of our completed work.
With well over 10,000 hours of workshop time and 550 individual components, we transported 3 x 40ft shipping containers, 6 automated obstacles and 1 x 25ft clocktower from our workshop over the Atlantic.
We are excited to already be working on their new NYC venue and watch this space for more photos of our work with Swingers London in their West End and City venues.

Madame Tussauds – Captain Marvel

Set in the Marvel area of Madame Tussauds, this exhibit is fully wrapped in graphics for their newest interactive experience.

Madame Tussauds – Alien

Designer – Jonathan Shotton

To create this elaborate immersive experience Illusion had to use almost every build and scenic technique in the book! Creating a series of 6 spaces for the public to walk through meant attention to detail was essential. This was a great project to be involved in and meant recreating the interior of the Alien spacecraft, an egg nest cave and a gruesome blood soaked corridor amongst other things.

 

Madame Tussauds – Sherlock Holmes

Designer – Sam Wyer

This multi-room immersive Sherlock Holmes experience was a huge build for Illusion. We were tasked with creating 12 different highly detailed scenes which the public walk through and look for clues to solve a mysterious case. The level of detail and scenic treatment that this job required was probably the most demanding of any job we have undertaken. We created a London street, a shipping dock, Sherlock’s study, the interior of a train carriage, a marshland and a cave to name just a few!

Sophia Webster – Jungle Show

For this project Illusion was asked to produce 3D sculpted jungle animals and platforms with poles for models to climb on that had to be strong, bright and colourful. We really enjoyed the use of neon paint to give this job another dimension.

H&M

Designer – Vincente Ben

This project for the popular high street chain of H&M involved the high-end engineering and painting of a number of geometric platforms and benches for their flagship store on Regents street.