‘Nation’. What does this word mean to you? Ask this question to generations of UK clubbers and they will tell you – it refers to the iconic Liverpool nightclub that was home to the legendary club night Cream.
Constructed from 1873 to 1880, the Natural History Museum in London is a national treasure. Consisting of over 80 million items, the museum is one of the most well equipped museums in the world and when asked to be involved in the unveiling of their newest feature, a 25m long blue whale skeleton to replace ‘Dippy’-the dinosaur cast that had been standing for many years, we jumped at the opportunity.
The 2017 Wimbledon Championships were held from 26th June to 16th July and we were back for a 4th consecutive year providing marquee sub-structures and public access for tennis fanatics from the UK and beyond.
Located in Hyde Park, London and held over two weekends, the 2017 British Summer Time Festival saw acts such as Justin Bieber, Phil Collins and Kings of Leon adorning the stage. Last year’s festival saw over 325,000 attendees and this year looked to be no different.
Working with the same clients is something we've grown proud of at Vantage as it shows that people trust us and like the work we do. When UK Artist Graham Hudson contacted us regarding his installation for clothing brand Comme De Garçon in conjunction with Dover Street Market, we naturally welcomed the collaboration.