Cars and an Aeroplane

November 10, 2012

Vatious vehicles were given to us to be personalised which was just becoming more popular in the UK.
Unfortunately Prince William of Gloucester died a year after recieving his plane whilst  making a fatal maneouver in it.

Tiger flocked Ford Mustang – front

mustang – rear

Customised Ford Fairlaine

Metalflake painted ‘E’ type Jaguar

Prince William of Gloucester’s Piper aircraft – customised livery which won the Concours d’Elegance at Malta’s 3rd International Air Rally 1971

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some other projects

Daz box outside in Phipp Street

cut-out for Mr Freedom 2, Kensington

Jeffrey Pine working on the Daz box

Daz box front

Forbidden fruit shop sign

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Design Prototypes

These two projects were privately commissioned and were mainly worked on by Roderic Stokes

custom television housing – front view

custom television housing – side view

projector housing

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City Lights Studio, Endel Street •1972 – 4

The Electric Colour Company disbanded as a group of 4 in 1972, but Andrew Greaves and Jeffery Pine worked on a further shop for Tommy Roberts in the Seven Dials area of London called “City Lights Studio”

interior 1

interior 2

interior 3

interior 4

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where we were

Our first workshop was in the basement of the house where David Smith lived in Putney. We then moved to Well Street, Hackney the home and studio’s of Rod Stokes and Andrew Greaves.
Shortly afterwards, we moved to Phipp Street, EC1, an industrial
building in Shoreditch, which gave us enough space to work on a variety of commissions which were being undertaken at this time.

part of the studio at Well Street, Hackney, E9 • 1969

Phipp Street, London EC2. 1970 – 73, now demolished

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