Portraits of the Queen have also been projected on to Marble Arch while Buckinghams Palace will be turned into ‘Britain’s biggest screen’ as a projection canvas during a Platinum Jubilee concert.

Queen Elizabeth portraits projected onto Stonehenge

Eight portrait images of Queen Elizabeth have been projected on Stonehenge to mark the Platinum Jubilee of the Queen’s accession to the throne. Each image is taken from a different decade of the Queen’s reign.

“We’ve brought two British icons together to mark the Platinum Jubilee!” wrote English Heritage, which manages the archaeological wonder, in a social media post.

English Heritage has previously projected the images of eight workers from Britain’s art and heritage sectors onto the stone in 2020.

Meanwhile, in London, the National Portrait Gallery selected six portraits of Queen Elizabeth from its collection which were projected onto Marble Arch.

These included Dorothy Wilding’s portraits of the Queen ahead of her wedding day in 1947, and shortly after she acceded to the throne in 1952 following the death of her father King George VI.

Queen Elizabeth portraits projected onto Stonehenge

Plans are also in place to turn Buckingham Palace into a projection canvas which has been described as “Britain’s largest screen’ during a Platinum Jubilee concert.

The Ocean Outdoor network of DOOH LED screens, which includes the Picadilly Lights, will also form a chain of virtual beacons at 9.45pm on 2 June to mark the Platinum Jubilee. The screen span the UK from Glasgow in Scotland to Southampton on the south coast of England.

Reference : AVinteractive