A university project in collaboration with James French Jaguar Landrover dealership.
A project to celebrate the life, history and culture of the Land Rover Defender after it was discontinued earlier this year.

The Defender isn’t a vehicle that just gets you from A to B, it is an experience, memorable, and it can get you to where no other car can get you. In an age where you can just google search a location and see hundreds of the same image. Our Defender camera provides an alternative view on this location, one that has a story behind it and a journey behind it. The images create intrigue and a feeling of experiencing it and being in the vehicle.

We turned a 1957 Land Rover series II into a giant camera obscura. The vehicle was then driven to a variety of locations and photographs were taken of the inside of the Land Rover. Locations were chosen to show the versatility and use of the Defender.

Team Credits

Fred Woodward Gentle

  • Message
  • Freelance Designer and Marketeer

Project Tags

  • photography
  • graphicdesign
  • landrover
  • kingstonuniversity

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