It has been an absolute pleasure working with Helen, Claire and colleagues at The Peoples Picture, to produce the #massisolationFORMAT project. From designing the incredible exhibition print and online photomosaics, developing a digital archive as a working tool, to producing and installing a largescale outdoor photomosaic wrap of our arts centre QUAD in Derby, which were all delivered to deadline, at a high standard. Their expertise, attention to detail, professionalism, good humour and creativity, undoubtedly position them as a world-class, and truly unique company. We can’t recommend them highly enough.
From Her Majesty the Queen and Sir Captain Tom Moore to all the messages of hope and solidarity carried by our advertisers, the NHS rainbow mosaic is another inspirational moment of togetherness to mark the resilience and spirit of London.
We were thrilled that over 25,000 people were able to view the artwork.
What a treat to work with someone who is both brilliantly creative and able to deliver! Look forward to further collaborations.
Working with The Peoples Picture has been an incredible experience for everyone who participated on the Face of Stoke-on-Trent in 2017.
The engagement for so many people has been truly memorable. Helen excels in nurturing the creative aspirations of people at grass roots level ensuring the experience is both relevant and meaningful to their lives. The quality of the work is exemplary and never fails to attract massive and avid attention.
Amazing project. Helen Marshall and her team were very knowledgeable and intuitive to the needs and constraints that share such a high profile project. Exceptional work ethic with the highest level of delivery
With more than 300 memorials set in 150 acres, the Arboretum is a wonderful, visual tribute to those who have served and continue to serve our nation. It is, however, people and their memories and associations that make the Arboretum such a special place. It is this that we hope to convey through this poignant exhibit, which will tell thousands of stories.
Thanks so much for your team’s help on this project, it’s been a pleasure working with you and we’re hopeful that lots of people will come and look at the artwork!
The project has brought together new collaborators and partners, from national rail infrastructure companies to universities and women’s groups, provided new opportunities for emerging artists to contribute and enabled everyone to take part by providing their photographs of women, from young children to older people
As the current custodian of Piccadilly Lights (Landsec) we collaborated with the People’s Picture for a unique celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon Landing. As a non commercial project the team delivered a stunning collaboration with NASA, Kennedy Space station and Time Square New York to produce a moment of unique inspiration that was enjoyed by many. Bravo Helen and Team.
Busiest weekend since our launch. Over 10,000 visits across the 2 days.
The Mona Lisa artwork you created has been such a success with our people. We have added it to a book that explains our new strategy.
Since its installation overnight on November 15, the positive response to the artwork has been huge, shared and liked thousands of times on social media. It has been an honour for Network Rail to host the ‘Face of Suffrage’, and for Birmingham New Street station to become the canvas for a piece of public art which has captivated countless people.