The top-secret pseudo-facility, created with associate Muz Azar, cracked open its doors earlier this year to deploy the majestic "Landcruisin'". So far the A.K.-led banger is the only peep we've heard from the Institute.
Now, as Dazed point out, they might be gearing up for Phase Two.
The University Of The Arts London has a job listing for a Design Internship. The listing describes The Paul Institute as "a global collective of art and technology enthusiasts committed to taking our members through new adventures in music."
If successful, you'd be undertaking a range of tasks, including "visual research", layout design and promo design, "creation of mood boards, rough sketches, and concept imagery", and general liaising duties.
"Our aim is to cultivate a collaborative mix of arts and technology personnel," reads the listing. "Moving forward we'd like to expand on these ideas, but we'll need your help. The internship provides a great opportunity to make new connections and gain valuable insight into the music and creative industries. Permanent position may be available to the right person upon completion of the internship."
The part-time position pays £6.95 per hour and will be based in central London. You must have your own laptop and familiarity with Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.