The Prodigy was one of the biggest bands of the 90s, and defined a new style. Rockstar had the job of applying that to a Web site.

The team of designers and programmers at music-focused design agency Rockstar has produced a number of off-the-wall Web sites, videos, and artwork for an impressive collection of clients.

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These include Nike, Channel 4, and Vivienne Westwood. The most recent creation the Rockstar team has conceived was a second Web site for cyberpunk band The Prodigy, having successfully worked with them two years ago.
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“We originally won the job by presenting our ideas inside a 7ft missile,” says Eugene, senior designer at Rockstar. “We were going to buy a real one, but they were too expensive, so we made one ourselves. Using bits from real missiles bought from a local military scrap yard, we constructed the missile. Removing the warhead revealed our pitch.”
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It was so big that Eugene and programmer David had to design and construct it so that it could be carried in two sections. “We were advised to inform the police that we’d be driving down the M11 with a missile inside the car as it looked so real. If we had been stopped, they’d have blown up the car then asked questions later...
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