furniture for The Observer magazine.
With apologies to my assistant of the time, Kyron Barke, who was press-ganged into being bandaged up as the Invisible Man, despite the fact hed never heard of him and couldnt work out what being bandaged had to do with being invisible. He had to be steered in and out of the set with every frame as the set had to be double-exposed without him, to make him invisible. Suffocation and heat exhaustion were narrowly avoided, as he had his 15-minutes of fame in The Observer, completely unrecognisable. I think he now runs a carpet shop.