26 April 2012 - 11:27am | posted by | 0 comments

Red Stripe creates giant Space Invaders game out of street junk in Manchester

Much-loved arcade game Space Invaders has been turned into a giant piece of street art using bits of junk in Manchester.

The giant installation at Manchester Town Hall was created by the street artist Filthy Luker as part of a new campaign for lager brand Red Stripe.

The creative agency behind the campaign is KK London while Carat has handled media buying.

The making of video is being seeded by The 7th Chamber.

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