WOTW created an installation portraying Boris Johnson and Donald Trump as prostitutes dancing provocatively in the window of a Soho shop window. The installation played on the idea of, and obsession with, ‘Fake News’ within the populist-nationalism that Trump and Johnson represent – creating a believable yet absurd spectacle through the doctoring and distortion of images.
WOTW created a set of Brexit souvenir cigarettes to coincide with Britain crashing out of the EU. They parodied traditional cigarette packaging but the stark government health warnings were twisted into terrifying Brexit scenarios and the notorious imagery of tobacco-induced diseases replaced by grinning faces of Brexit related politicians.
During the 2017 General Election, WOTW created a series of flyers parodying the infamous prostitute advertisement cards seen in central London phone boxes. The cards were distributed throughout London and large-scale versions fly-posted across the city. Each card advertised a different 'political whore' and a real phone number could be dialled to hear a weird political sex line.
To coincide with the 2018 Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, WOTW created some very special souvenir read-along storybooks with accompanying cassette tapes which parodied the classic 1980s read-along books we all enjoyed as children. On the face of it, the books themselves seemed like a relatively innocuous saccharine tale, but when read alongside the accompanying audiotape, a truly dark and disturbing royal plotline unfolds. They were handed out free of charge at Windsor to royal fans on the day of the wedding. An online version of the book can be viewed here
WOTW were invited to create an installation at Glastonbury Festival for Block 9. A 96 - sheet LED billboard was constructed, showcasing a series of fake adverts on loop.