Last Man Projects design, develop and deliver bespoke art packages for sport industries. Our aim is to produce sporting visuals as illuminating as the on-field events that inspired them.
From concept to finished product we offer our clients a bespoke service that sympathetically addresses a project’s needs, providing a unique point of difference in the market place.
We supply artist-led merchandise packages for clubs, associations and special events, with fine art publishing and exhibitions at the core of our business. We also have experience of producing and exhibiting large-scale public artworks and murals.
“Last Man Projects design some of the loveliest football art around”
“A unique approach and a beautiful range of football art... How it should be done”
“Celebrating football’s true artists... a body of work that captures icons and their on-field art.”
Who we are…
Last Man Projects is a creative team combining specialist expertise across the fine art and sport industries. Our partners have a broad knowledge and extensive network of contacts spanning both sectors.
Jon Kendall and Richard McTague co-founded RedHouse Originals in 2007, a contemporary and modern art gallery representing both established and emerging artists. Since the inception of RedHouse they have been actively involved in exhibition work, and have curated collections by leading international artists including Eduardo Paolozzi, Sir Peter Blake, Gered Mankowitz and Goldie.
Alex Dunn worked for Sky Sports as a senior writer and editor for over a decade before co-founding Last Man Projects. During that time he played a key role as Sky established itself as Europe’s leading digital sports company. Alex has also worked with 365 Media Group and has a proven track record in delivering bespoke content in conjunction with many of the world’s leading sports brands.
Last Man Projects also represent in-house artists The Studio of Ezra who provide artistic and creative direction. The collective have shown work alongside artists including Banksy, Gerald Laing and David Mach and have exhibited at numerous international institutions including Tate Liverpool, Lulu Guinness and most recently Decorex International.