The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince Harry and David Cameron attended the ceremony, which marked 100-years since Britain joined WW1, a conflict that cost 17 million people their lives.
St Symphorien Military Cemetery is unique: opened by the Germans in 1917, taken over by the British after the war, it holds more than 500 graves, roughly half German and half British and Commonwealth. It also holds the first and last British soldiers to have died in WW1.
The seamless tree graphic was developed from photographs taken in the New Forest, near Southampton, UK. The building wrap effectively camouflaged the double-deck press gallery, and other structures around the cemetery.
Pitch document, Photography, Graphic design, Building wrap.