The website for Channel 4’s new comedy, Nathan Barley, which kicks off on Friday, is designed and art directed by London consultancy Kaius Design and built by Richard Salter. Born of a website itself, Nathan Barley is the latest offering from media terrorists Chris Morris and Charlie Brooker – a hardnosed satire of Hoxton media types everywhere. In-keeping with the show the site, www.trashbat.co.uk, is a parody of ‘urban cool’ explains Kaius founder Denise Wilton, and features Barley’s fictional Wasp T12 mobile that opens up into a pair of MP3 decks.
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