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Ben 10

Our Client needed a motorhome to be refurbished to look like the Rust Bucket in the famous children’s cartoon Ben 10. 

 

We sourced a suitable road going vehicle and begun overhauling it externally by revamping the tired paintwork with a combination of vinyl and paint.  The vehicle was then accessorised with a custom-built roof rack fitted with boxes, immitation petrol tanks and ‘Ben 10’ branding.  To finish the external look we fitted a vast actuated satellite dish that could be raised and lowered by controls from the vehicle dashboard.

 

The inside was deep cleaned and complimented with further Ben 10 additions including a ‘Galactoscope’, Playstation 4 and an up to date flush fitted LCDTV screen. 

 

The lucky winners of a competition got to stay the weekend in the Rust Bucket in the middle of a forest. We managed the logistics setting up the motorhome at various locations for the next competition winners.

Original Source

Our client came to us needing this roof raising camper van fully rebranded with the interior requiring an anti slip vinyl 

flooring throughout and a full paint job.

 

We ripped out the existing interior, including a fridge to make an open space as promo staff would need to move around the vehicle whilst the activation is taking place, as well as store dump bins, a tent and stock whilst on the move. 

 

We rebranded the camper with vinyl wrap, removed wires and rewired throughout, panelled out the inside and 

re-painted the interior and trims a fresh white to match the exterior.

 

A stunning camper for touring all the big festivals this summer!

Monster Cab

We created this unique seating area for the new skate park in Hastings, Source Park for Monster.

 

This unusual brief asked us to cut a London black cab in half and install a mini fridge between the seats with light up branding.

 

The cab was craned in through a gap in the roof so it made a real entrance! The matte black paint matches the cab we previously made for sponsored Monster BMXer Benny L and it works perfectly for the skate parks look and feel.

Premier Inn - Tour of Britain

Premier Inn wanted to create a unit to follow the cycling Tour of Britain 2015 for their #sleepwellridewell campaign. We fabricated a bespoke demountable trailer unit with a photobooth bed , screens and 2 custom made Spin to Win bicycle units that gave consumers an oppotunity to win some fabulous prizes!

 

The Spin to Win units were built with all proceeds going to Great Ormand Street Hospital. 

 

To conincide with the tour, we were asked to fabricate 10 one off frames for the famously comfortable Premier Inn beds to compete in a bed race. After a lot of thought, we created these frames with an additional handbrake for safety and helped carry out another successful round of events for Great Ormand Street Hospital. 

Xquisite worked with the newly merged Havas SE Cake to produce the Carling Shirt Amnesty van. As players are bought and sold throughout the summer transfer window, the old shirts become redundant and so the Carling Shirt Amnesty van will bring fans of clubs with sold players an opportunity to trade in their old shirt for a brand spanking new one. The van which Xquisite have created from designs by Havas SE Cake and Creature is fully equipped with a shirt print press meaning whatever new player is wanted on the back, fans can have. The van also has an lnstagram/Twitter printer and green screen, which means people can pose as if they are one of the players lining up on TV pre-match.

Carling Shirt Amnesty Van

"The Xquisite team have once again finished the vehicle to a very high standard, focused on the finish quality detail required to represent a brand in an experiential setting. It looks awesome, slick paint job, sharp graphics and has a presence wherever it goes. Thanks again guys."

- Neil Mortimer, Production Director of Havas SE Cake

Coverage so far includes: Sky News, Marketing Magazine, Event Magazine, Campaign Live, Promo Marketing and more. It's also creating a huge buzz on the streets.

Armchairgeddon

Our client wanted to make an impact in a big way. To promote their latest product they wanted to bring to life one of the most iconic in-game weapons of all time!

 

The Armchairgeddon is a fully operational, oversized armchair with rotating guns and even a recline function. Our brief was to make the chair fully road worthy so it started life as a mobility scooter. We stripped down the scooter and crafted the chair and scooter together. We even included indicators and a headlight to make sure we stayed on the right side of the law. The fabric we used to upholster the chair is an exact match of that used in game.

In addition to the build we fully supported our clients when they took the chair into central London to film a spoof video. We provided transport for the chair and full mobile workshop support (should it have been needed)

Our clients liked the chair so much, that they asked us to build them a static, life-size version for their Benelux office.

In addition to the build we fully supported our clients when they took the chair into central London to film a spoof video. We provided transport for the chair and full mobile workshop support (should it have been needed)

Our clients liked the chair so much, that they asked us to build them a static, life-size version for their Benelux office.

G-Wiz

This very unusual project was bought to us by art critic Ben Lewis who was looking to create a piece of modern art using his trusty G-Wiz electric car. He asked German artist Tobias Rehberger to come up with a vision.

 

We were given some plans and off we went creating custom fiberglass bulges as per Tobias' designs. We had to keep the car as light as possible so as not to lower the range, which proved to be quite a challenge. Once complete we let Tobias use our facilities to paint the car and turn it into the piece of art that it is now is.

 

The documentary was even broadcast on BBC2.

Blu E-Cigs Sampling Tour

Our client was after a complete management solution for their exciting UK tour in support of various club events. We stored 2 custom buses and supplied 2 skilled and friendly PSV licenced drivers to take the buses around the UK for sampling and experiential activity. Stock was also stored and managed throughout the 2014 tour with both buses being fully maintained and cleaned in between events. All accommodation, fuel for vehicle and generators, full 24 hour technical support and sundries were also managed by our team to provide the client with a full management solution. 

During the tour the client decided to change the visual impact of one bus so we came to the rescue by supplying and fitting a full wrap in the client's new design.

The client was looking for a unique way to promote the launch of the Pimp My Ride Street Racing installment. They were also looking to tie this in with some media marketing.

 

We were asked to design and build a "pimped" mobility scooter with a cool flame paintjob, alloy wheels and a built in Nintendo DS console.

 

After some quick designs we set to the task and came up with what was a truly eye catching pimped up scooter.

Pimp My Ride Scooter

Tapas Truck

Our client wanted to take the taste of traditional tapas to the streets of London. We built a bespoke truck and fully functional kitchen to deadline and managed the tour logistics.

Dead Island

Our client wanted to create a high impact PR stunt that would bring their game to life with all the zombie killing great you could wish for!  

 

We designed a bespoke pick-up, fully road legal, fabricated all the props and let it rip (excuse the pun) on the press.  This generated a huge amount of coverage for the brand and turned quite a few heads in the process! 

 

The vehicle was able to tour the UK and all modifications were easily removable for transport purposes, which included being present at the Benelux launch event.

 

EGX Earl's Court 

Deep Silver previewed 5 games at EGX this year, including the much anticipated Dead Island 2.

 

As part of our on-going relationship we manned the stands with our super savvy games tech promo staff. We provided staff suited to the brief, where they were able to deal with code as well as crowds!

 

With a total number of 75,000 people walking through the doors at EGX this was no easy feat! EGX 2014 has gone down in history as the biggest ever videogames event in the UK ever!

 

Xquisite also provided signage and controller cards for the stands.

Monster Energy

Monster offered fans the chance to win a replica Ken Block Ford Fiesta, complete with custom body kit and interior.  All they had to do was describe their most Monster experience ever, through their exclusive can promotion.  

 

French BMX rider William Eguienta’s entry towered miles above the other applications.  William described how he landed his first ever BMX front flip on a killer dirt ramp at Monster Energy’s extreme sports event FISE.  

 

He won the incredible prize!  We built a one of a kind roadworthy Fiesta that on the outside resembled the M-Sport World Rally-spec dry carbon kit to give it serious road 

presence, whilst on the inside there was an assault of Alcantara and leather with a custom dash, Monster-green trim and stitiching.