Creative FX, the Bromley-based signage and display company, has completed its latest wrapping project, transforming an iconic British red phone box.
Completed in conjunction with BT, Creative FX helped create a 'BT ArtBox' in support of the charity ChildLine.
The classic K6 telephone kiosk, which features the photography of experimental artist Denis Masi, is one of a number that will be auctioned off at Sotheby’s auction in the National Portrait Gallery next month.
Creative FX director Sean Davis said: "Denis is an incredibly talented artist who works with a multitude of different media.
"We helped him create his ArtBox by applying vinyl printed with stark black and white photography, overlaid with a textured vinyl for a rustic exterior frame, and finally applying the wording."
The full-scale fibreglass boxes are replicas of the original telephone kiosks, which were designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of the coronation of King George V in 1936.
Other participants taking part include Turner prize winner Keith Tyson, Royal Academy Professor of Sculpture David Mach, fashion designer Giles Deacon, and Duran Duran’s Nick Rhodes. The Sotheby’s auction in the National Portrait Gallery takes place on 18 July.
Last month, Creative FX completed one of its biggest projects to date, adding the finishing touch to 500 Suzuki Swift Attitude cars.