Paul McCartney New World Tour


Painted stage sets and projections, of biographical pictures and a photographic history of stained glass, and promotional material designed by Brian Clarke for Paul McCartney's New World Tour in 1993. The hand-painted acoustically transparent scrims, described by Norman Foster as 'transient architecture', were the world's largest-ever stage sets, and covered an area of 1,524 square metres (16,400 sq ft) altogether.