Web-Controlled Nocturnal Robots Roaming Tate Britain
Digital book interpretation for Visual Editions
Giant interactive collage for Allude Cashmere
Celebrating community through public art
The breakout board for the Raspberry Pi
Paint, broadcast, inspire at Tate Modern
Kaleidoscope mirror tunnel control and WebGL visualisation
Immersive fictional event during Clerkenwell Design Week
A digital dialogue between the public and Tate Modern
Playable multi-touch reactive logomark
Playful interventions for Studio Blackburn’s new website
Imagining futures with Dunne & Raby
Touring selfie taking, stop frame animation machine
Sequenceable HTML noise for Lisson Gallery
Algorithmic grid layouts
Lighting up a mile-long racetrack
360° video before it was cool
Visualising the 6th extinction
An interactive video mosaic for Bibliothèque Design
Enhancing the history of feathered flight
We provide concepts, design, development and production for digital creations of any kind, events and installations.
You may be seeking engaging responses to advertising, marketing, branding, PR or social objectives.
Or, you may want to kick start a digital innovation within a startup, corporate, cultural or architectural organisation.
We also work on a series of internal projects and artworks whilst seeking partners to bring these ideas to life.
The Workers love talking work.
Big or small please get in touch.
You can bring us in early or last minute.
We prefer the former but can pull off the latter.
Made up of a group of serial collaborators the studio is renowned for its ability to work with both small creative teams and global organisations to make the impossible possible.
Working across mediums – interactive, web, installations, robots, events, VR – The Workers combine design and technology to transform ideas into original and engaging products and experiences.
The studio is constantly challenging and exploring the possibilities of design and technology to create groundbreaking experiences that push the boundaries.
The studio’s work has been featured internationally on television, radio, print and online. Press includes: The Guardian, Icon Magazine, The New York Times, Time.com, Wired, The Paris Review of Books, Popular Science, BBC, BBC Click Online, BBC Newsround, NPR, Cool Hunting, Dezeen…
Sauce, London — June 2016
UCA, Canterbury — April 2016
Ravensbourne, London — February 2016
Museum Connections, Paris - January
Resonate Festival, Belgrade — April 2015
Royal College of Art, London — April 2015
Design Indaba, Cape Town — March 2015
AlterFutures, London — November 2014
ODD Occasion, London — November 2014
Design Museum, London — October 2014
Museum Showoff, London — September 2014
Museums and the Web, Best of Web 2015
Tate Britain, IK Prize 2014
TSB, Tech City Launchpad 2011
Mika Iwasaka (2015) Beyond the Display, Tokyo: BNN
Will Wiles (2014) ICON: The Secret Life of Museums
We know from experience that small, focused teams can create amazing feats. This means we often bring great people in to collaborate on our work. Never hesitate to get in touch.