New Window Installation by Andrew Singleton

Keep your peepers peeled for our brand spanking new shop window being installed at NOISELAB this week.

Wakefield illustrator Andrew Singleton ( is going to be single-handedly filling our huge ‘contents’ side window with enormous cardboard cut-outs which have taken more than six days to draw and cut. Andrew’s ‘Machine Mass’ is comprised of individual illustrations depicting intricate hand drawn monochrome machinery, which will then be delicately suspended from the ceiling to create fascinating depth and layers. The piece will be completed with billowing plumes of paper smoke.

Drawing inspiration from a host of sources including street art and architecture, Andrew’s work explores both the natural and manmade world using his meticulous style which he calls “hyper detailed illustration”. The scale and free hanging structure of ‘Machine Mass’ makes this quite an ambitious and impressive installation– so don’t miss it! The new window will be on display until 1st September.

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