Jason Bruges Studio http://www.yoursite.tld/ What your site is all about. en-us MIRROR, MIRROR <p>Mirror, Mirror was commissioned by the V&amp;A in partnership with <span class="caps">SAP</span> for the Decode exhibition in 2009.</p> <p>Mirror, Mirror explores the concept of narcissism and the individual’s relationship with space and others. The playful nature of the work encourages you to explore the interactivity and consider the interconnected relationships.</p> <p>The white dot matrix digital panels seem to float on the pond, awakening as visitors come into view. Cameras mounted within the <span class="caps">LED</span> dot matrices capture activity in the garden and simultaneously reflect this back to the viewer; the animated images are then mirrored once again in the surface of the water, creating multiple reflections.</p> <p>In the Summer of 2012 Mirror, Mirror again took pride of place, this time in the gardens of Lancaster House. <br /> Jason Bruges Studio were delighted to be asked to join the UK&#8217;s top designers and artists to contribute to delivering a world class creative showcase to play host to some of the most globally influential business leaders during the Olympic and Paralympic Games.</p> <p>The British Business Embassy, developed by UK Trade and Investment (<span class="caps">UKTI</span>), is the centrepiece of the Government’s international business legacy programme. It will see over 3,000 UK and international business leaders from across the globe come together for an ambitious series of global, sector and country summits.</p> <p>Visit Decode: Digital Design Sensations <a href="http://www.vam.ac.uk/microsites/decode/recodegallery" target="_blank" >microsite</a></p> <p>Video by Jonathan Schofield</p> Administrator Thu, 04 Oct 2012 11:56:12 +0000 /projects/uk-projects/mirror-mirror /projects/uk-projects/mirror-mirror 21ST CENTURY LIGHT SPACE MODULATOR <p>Havells-Sylvania, the Lighting arm of India&#8217;s largest lighting and electrical manufacturer, has commissioned an inspiring work from Jason Bruges Studio that is set to transform an underused section of London’s Southbank Centre. Located under Hungerford Bridge at Southbank Centre, the ‘21st Century Light Space Modulator’ will fuse technology and culture together to create an architecturally lit, creative space, in an area that sees 22 million visitors each year.</p> <p>Blending Eastern and Western influences, the installation combines creativity, innovation and interaction with a kit of parts from Havells-Sylvania’s extensive product portfolio. Jason Bruges Studio will be previewing its ‘21st Century Light Space Modulator’ at Southbank Centre on 12 July 2012. The creative team will then be working on developing the installation for its full unveiling in the Autumn. A number of public showings and seminars will be taking place over the summer and details of these events will be posted on the <a href="http://www.c21LightMod.com"target="_blank">official website.</a></p> <p>The creative process has started, and the artwork is being developed at the Jason Bruges Studio, ready for its first showing at the Southbank Centre on the 12th July. See coverage of the launch <a href="http://www.designweek.co.uk/we-like/under-the-bridge/3034911.article"target="_blank">here.</a></p> <p>This creative installation pays homage to László Moholy-Nagy’s work, the ‘Light Prop for an Electric Stage’. Created in 1930, the ‘Light Space Modulator’ as it is commonly known, was a pioneering piece of light art and moving sculpture. Jason Bruges explains, “We are enthused to be working with Havells-Sylvania on transforming our vision into reality. Fully interactive, our installation explores not just the relationship between space and light but also people’s behaviour within a space. It introduces a performative process in which the installation engages with the audience, transforming the space with lighting based on how people respond to it.”</p> Helen Jordan Mon, 29 Oct 2012 17:13:46 +0000 /projects/uk-projects/21st-century-light-space-modulator /projects/uk-projects/21st-century-light-space-modulator AWESOMECROSS <p>Awesomecross, a reactive lighting project for the launch of a new high performance tyre for BFGoodrich.</p> <p>Over 500 metres of reactive lighting was designed and installed for the BFGoodrich &#8216;Awesomecross&#8217; event held at El Toro, Irvine, CA.</p> <p>The event, devised by The Martin Agency, used real time race performance data to convey the &#8216;fun&#8217; the tyres were having. Jason Bruges Studio designed custom hardware and software to measure and visualise the tyre conditions and driver performance for the race.</p> <p>The race track was designed to offer a challenging and radically new driving experience for the twenty-five participants, and seven of the most important track features were lined with <span class="caps">LED</span> light tubes. Using live position, acceleration and lateral G-force data, the lights were illuminated in turn to show race progress, with G-force data visualised across the tubes in real time as the cars passed. In keeping with The Martin Agency&#8217;s concept for a next-generation racing experience, Jason Bruges Studio overlaid the previous lap performance onto the tubes which allowed the drivers to race themselves, pushing them to greater extremes. If drivers managed to pull over 1G of lateral acceleration while cornering in the race, a special achievement mode was activated which caused the lights around the track to flash.</p> <p>To get even closer to the experience that the tyres had during the race, Jason Bruges Studio designed a custom sensor and lighting package for each car, which was mounted into the back of each vehicle. Acceleration and lateral G-force telemetry was instantaneously visualised on each car through a system of <span class="caps">LED</span> lights mounted in each wheel well. Again, to encourage the highest performance, pulling over 1G of lateral acceleration while cornering caused all the tyres to flash.</p> <p>The combination of the novel experience and the instantaneous representation of race performance in light, provided compelling viewing for the watching crowd.</p> Helen Jordan Tue, 13 Nov 2012 11:56:33 +0000 /projects/international-projects/awesomecross /projects/international-projects/awesomecross GUINNESS MONUMENT <p>Jason Bruges Studio were approached by Blink Art and Saatchi &amp; Saatchi to design, build and install and artistic installation that represents the head of a pint of Guinness, to be suspended over a 12ft high sculptural form of the pint. The overall artwork was a collaborative project with a series of other artists, illustrators and sculptors.</p> <p>The form of the head sits above a mountainous landscape and represents a cloud like form as well as referencing the swirling nature of the bubbles as they settle in a pint of Guinness. The crowning element of the sculpture which was filmed as a ʻmaking ofʼ documentary to represent the effort and craft involved in producing Guinness as well as the story of Arthur Guinness and the development of Guinness through the years.</p> <p>Read further coverage in <a href="http://www.designindaba.com/news/ode-guinness"target="_blank">Design Indaba</a></p> Helen Jordan Fri, 18 Jan 2013 13:20:55 +0000 /projects/uk-projects/guinness-monument /projects/uk-projects/guinness-monument NATURE TRAIL <p>Jason Bruges Studio has completed a unique project for Great Ormond Street Hospital for children to improve their journey to theatre.</p> <p>The brief was to design and install a distraction artwork helping to create a calming yet engaging route that culminates in the patient’s arrival at the anaesthetic room. Inspiration came from the idea of viewing the patient journey as a ‘Nature Trail’, where the hospital walls become the natural canvas, with digital look out points that reveal the various ‘forest creatures’, including horses, deer, hedgehogs, birds and frogs, to the passerby.</p> <p>The work has been installed in the theatres floor within the hospital’s new Morgan Stanley Clinical Building, the first part of the Mittal Children’s Medical Centre.</p> <p>The work, which covers the corridor walls, has essentially two main elements; integrated <span class="caps">LED</span> panels and bespoke graphic wallpaper. The <span class="caps">LED</span> panels are embedded into the wall surface at various heights in order to be accessible to the eye levels and positions of patients travelling along the corridors. Across these digital surfaces abstracted ‘animal movements’ are recreated as interactive animated patterns of light which reveal themselves through the trees &amp; foliage of the forest. The artwork consists of 70 <span class="caps">LED</span> panels, with a total of 72,000 LED’s.</p> Helen Jordan Mon, 11 Feb 2013 14:52:56 +0000 /projects/uk-projects/nature-trail /projects/uk-projects/nature-trail C.P. HART UNVEILS NEW CHELSEA SHOWROOM FEATURING JASON BRUGES STUDIO LIGHTING SCULPTURE - EBB & FLOW <p><a href="/assets/0000/7410/CPHart2.JPG" class="fancybox" rel="group"><img src="/assets/0000/7410/CPHart2_large.JPG" alt="No Description" /></a> Leading bathroom retailer C.P. Hart opened its doors to its ninth London showroom during the London Design Festival with the launch of C.P. Hart Chelsea, an inspirational new retail concept for the bathroom industry featuring a lighting sculpture by Jason Bruges Studio.</p> <p>C.P. Hart adopted an entirely new design approach for the showroom. The in-house design team worked in partnership with retail design consultancy i-am Associates to create a space that would inspire the Chelsea design community, through layout, product selection and technology. Complementing all this is a sculpture in water and light by Jason Bruges Studio, created specifically for the showroom.</p> <p>Jason Bruges Studio explored the concept of water flow to fabricate a unique and dramatic sculpture. Clear, water-filled glass hemispheres hang from the ceiling and are used as lenses to create forever changing lighting patterns using computer-controlled LEDs and fans.</p> <p>Jason Bruges comments; “For the C.P. Hart Chelsea project we have suspended a series of water pixels from the ceiling, which have been choreographed to animate and create auroras of light around the sculpture itself. Each of the glass bowls acts as an individual pixel and is then animated through pulse width modulated control. We see extraordinary lighting effects as a result of this animation. This has been a brilliant opportunity to explore using water as a digital medium; blurring the boundaries between natural resources and the application of digital technology is an exciting arena, and we are thrilled to have been able to create an interactive, magical space.”</p> Helen Jordan Tue, 24 Sep 2013 11:37:48 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a46760%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a46760%3E TATE MODERN GOES DIGITAL WITH BLOOMBERG CONNECTS LAUNCH <p><a href="/assets/0000/7754/TIR_Bloomberg-Connects_06.jpg" class="fancybox" rel="group"><img src="/assets/0000/7754/TIR_Bloomberg-Connects_06_large.jpg" alt="No Description" /></a> Tate Modern is proud to announce the unveiling of Bloomberg Connects, a highly innovative digital arts project designed to completely transform the visitor experience by encouraging interaction and creative exchanges through a variety of digital interventions within the gallery space.</p> <p>Tate Modern visitors, together with the gallery’s lively social media community, will become commentators, critics, contributors and creatives, participating in conversations via a range of digital platforms positioned throughout the world’s most visited art gallery.</p> <p>The ambitious initiative is generously sponsored by Bloomberg, the world’s largest supporter of international digital art projects, who has been working closely with the Tate Modern on innovation and digital development since the gallery’s inception in 2000.</p> <p>Jason Bruges Studio was appointed to design, create and launch the project. As part of Bloomberg Connects, the design team have up-cycled and reconfigured pre-used monitors and terminal screens, donated by Bloomberg, to become context-aware interactive pieces, bringing together new and old technology.</p> <p>Richard Roberts, Design Manager at Jason Bruges Studio, commented: “This permanent installation will extend visitors’ in-gallery experience by challenging them, engaging with them spatially and intellectually and making them think about what they have seen and heard during their visit. Bloomberg Connects has required the collaboration of the full Jason Bruges Studio team to cover interaction, spatial, product and experience design under one roof and we are delighted to be playing such a pivotal role in the project.”</p> <p><a href="http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/articles/Tate-Bloomberg-launch-new-creative-space-Tate-Modern"target="_blank">View the launch video</a></p> Helen Jordan Tue, 24 Sep 2013 12:45:52 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a47c00%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a47c00%3E SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH OPENS THE NEW LIVING PLANET CENTRE <p><a href="/assets/0000/7682/Sir-David-Attenborough-opens-WWF-UK-LPC-219.jpg" class="fancybox" rel="group"><img src="/assets/0000/7682/Sir-David-Attenborough-opens-WWF-UK-LPC-219_large.jpg" alt="No Description" /></a> Visitors to WWF’s new UK HQ in Woking will be in for a treat when the charity opens the doors of its new Living Planet Centre to the public in November. The conservation charity is launching the <span class="caps">WWF</span> Experience, a fun and engaging installation in the entrance its new building, designed to connect visitors with the charity’s conservation work across the globe, and bring the natural world to life through sensory interactions.</p> <p>Jason Bruges Studio was commissioned by <span class="caps">WWF</span> to design and create the <span class="caps">WWF</span> Experience, which consists of four immersive zones, each reflecting a different environmental theme and key area of the organisation’s important work – forests, rivers, oceans and wildlife. Guests are invited to explore each environment and are taken on a journey to discover, learn, connect and interact with these unique habitats in a variety of different ways.</p> <p>Georgina Bridge, Director of Brand Expression at <span class="caps">WWF</span>-UK, commented: “The idea behind the <span class="caps">WWF</span> Experience was to create a truly immersive natural world experience at the entrance of our new building that not only highlights the <span class="caps">WWF</span> mission and passion for the planet, but also enables people to interact, learn and have some fun with the surrounding space.”</p> <p>She continued: “The end result has surpassed all expectations. The zones really encapsulate WWF’s work and show how people and nature can thrive alongside each other sharing the planet’s resources. Visitors will learn a great deal about <span class="caps">WWF</span> and different aspects of the natural world and will go away feeling inspired to help make a difference.”</p> <p><a href="http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/green-living/the-ultimate-green-home--down-to-the-rainwater-in-the-toilets-the-wwfs-new-headquarters-is-no-glasshouse-8918528.html"target="_blank">View The Ultimate Green Home in The Independent</a></p> <p>All images © Richard Stonehouse/<span class="caps">WWF</span>-UK</p> Helen Jordan Fri, 08 Nov 2013 11:29:58 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a495c8%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a495c8%3E EBB & FLOW <p>Leading bathroom retailer C.P. Hart opened the doors to its ninth London showroom during the London Design Festival 2013 with the launch of C.P. Hart Chelsea, an inspirational new retail concept for the bathroom industry featuring a lighting sculpture by Jason Bruges Studio.</p> <p>The studio was commissioned by C.P.Hart to explore the concept of water flow to fabricate a unique and dramatic sculpture. Clear, water-filled glass hemispheres hang from the ceiling and are used as lenses to create forever changing lighting patterns using computer-controlled LEDs and fans.</p> <p>We suspended a series of water pixels from the ceiling, which have been choreographed to animate and create auroras of light around the sculpture itself. Each of the glass bowls acts as an individual pixel and is then animated through pulse work modulated control. We see extraordinary lighting effects as a result of this animation</p> <p>The showroom also features two large media walls which have been integrated into the fabric of the showroom. The ground floor level screen plays content inspired by water and movement, designed by Jason Bruges Studio, whilst the consultation hub in the basement features an interactive screen that enables architects, designers and consumers to create digital mood boards for their project.</p> Helen Jordan Fri, 08 Nov 2013 12:17:33 +0000 /projects/uk-projects/ebb-flow /projects/uk-projects/ebb-flow DYSON PINWHEELS <p>This ad, specifically for Japanese Broadcast, reversed the perception of a bladeless fan lacking power.</p> <p>Jason Bruges Studio collaborated with creative production studio Mainframe to show an engineers testing lab with an array of Pinwheels being driven by one Dyson Air Multiplier. The studio designed and engineered the Pinwheels, perfecting the final design after extensive material, structure and dynamics tests.</p> <p>Mainframe designed the testing lab set, and shot everything in camera with only clean up and grading left to post production.</p> <p><iframe src="//player.vimeo.com/video/66188307?title=0&amp;byline=0&amp;portrait=0&amp;color=c7c7c7" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="http://vimeo.com/66188307">Dyson Air Multiplier. &#8220;Pin Wheels&#8221; Directors Cut.</a> from <a href="http://vimeo.com/jonyeo">Mine. // Jon Yeo</a> on <a href="https://vimeo.com">Vimeo</a>.</p></p> Helen Jordan Fri, 08 Nov 2013 15:20:10 +0000 /projects/international-projects/dyson-pinwheels /projects/international-projects/dyson-pinwheels EASTER EGGS LIVE <p>Jason Bruges Studio created a state of the art ‘hatchery’ for Channel 4’s key Easter broadcast, Easter Eggs Live. <br /> In a TV and science first, the programmes, presented by Mark Evans, showed fascinating imagery of a wide range of eggs hatching; from crocodiles to cockroaches, fish to frogs and turtles to termites.</p> <p>An East London studio was transformed into a striking, modern studio, with around 60 incubator boxes created by Jason Bruges Studio. The team worked closely with Channel 4 on the brief, to provide a set that is fully able to support and enhance such dynamic and detailed filming.</p> <p>The incubator boxes included bespoke macro cameras to allow viewers unparalleled, real time access to the fascinating hatching process. 5&#215;6 metre wide projection screens were set up to show these captivating images on a larger scale. In a fascinating new insight into embryonic behaviour, light was directly shone through larger eggs, to reveal the embryo while still in the shell. The team designed the set to provide a futuristic, sci-fi feel, employing light box surfaces and a black projection surface to provide an ambient feel.</p> <p>Easter Eggs Live aired on Channel 4 on Sunday March 31st and Monday April 1st, with live streaming from the hatchery running from March 25th.</p> Helen Jordan Fri, 08 Nov 2013 16:01:30 +0000 /projects/uk-projects/easter-eggs-live /projects/uk-projects/easter-eggs-live WWF EXPERIENCE <p>Jason Bruges Studio answered a unique <span class="caps">WWF</span> brief for a conservation themed installation at the charity’s new Living Planet Centre, officially opened by Sir David Attenborough.</p> <p>The studio was commissioned by <span class="caps">WWF</span> to design and create the <span class="caps">WWF</span> Experience, which consists of four immersive zones, each reflecting a different environmental theme and key area of the organisation’s important work – forests, rivers, oceans and wildlife. Guests are invited to explore each environment and are taken on a journey to discover, learn, connect and interact with these unique habitats in a variety of different ways.</p> <p>Each zone is designed to reflect the sights, sounds, scents and ambiance of their different environments. Large-scale display screens play footage that has been exclusively commissioned in partnership with the <span class="caps">BBC</span> and each zone has its own distinctive soundtrack, created by the acclaimed composer William Goodchild. Visitors to the Living Planet Centre, both adults and children, are also encouraged to take part in a range of exciting challenges, quizzes and other interactive games designed to educate and inspire.</p> <p>Sam Hoey, Head of Studio at Jason Bruges Studio, stated: “From the initial meetings right through to the final touches on site, the experience has been conceived to feel part of the building and complement the beautiful and highly sustainable nature of the Living Planet Centre by Hopkins Architects. Our team have worked with <span class="caps">WWF</span> and alongside the project team over the last few years developing and detailing these amazing structures and the immersive experience that will happen as the zones are explored by visitors young and old. The materials we used have been chosen to meet <span class="caps">FSC</span> certification, and the combination of form, texture, lighting, screen arrangements, content and interaction triggers create a rich layering of information. While the four zones can be seen as ‘family’ externally with their conical shapes, they all have internal detailing and textures to represent the key aspects of WWF’s work. Visitors can walk or crawl into the zones, smell specially developed scents and explore by peeping into small screen enclosures. They can touch specially cast triggers, and watch films arrayed across screens as well as learning more via touch screens and e-ink displays of text and data feeds.”</p> <p>All images © Richard Stonehouse/<span class="caps">WWF</span>-UK</p> Helen Jordan Tue, 12 Nov 2013 11:05:49 +0000 /projects/uk-projects/wwf-experience /projects/uk-projects/wwf-experience BLOOMBERG CONNECTS <p>Jason Bruges Studio was commissioned by Tate Modern and Bloomberg to design, create and launch Bloomberg Connects, a pioneering new digital arts project which sees the museum marry cutting edge technology with its current collections.</p> <p>Bloomberg Connects empowers visitors to the Tate Modern to become commentators, critics, contributors and co-creators. They are invited to exchange ideas, images and experiences, create their own interpretations of works of art, and interact with artists, the museum and each other, using the digital space as a fresh canvas for creativity and conversation.<br /> A total of seventy-five screens, over half cascading down the valley of the central staircase, will display visitors’ ideas and comments. A digital drawing bar will allow people to respond visually to their visit and see large-scale versions of their artworks projected on the wall.</p> <p>The installations created are spatially aware, and use body tracking technology to respond to and attract visitors who are nearby. The design team up-cycled and reconfigured pre-used monitors and terminal screens, donated by Bloomberg, by adding Raspberry Pi computers for the stairwell display. This breathed new life into old technology that would otherwise have been recycled. The team decided that the screens should be embedded into the existing architecture at the site, to ensure that this new addition to the museum would be fully integrated into the existing layout of the building.</p> <p>Jane Burton, Creative Director at Tate Media, stated: “We selected Jason Bruges Studio because of their strong track record in designing beautiful and innovative interactive technology for public settings. They&#8217;ve delivered on all fronts &#8211; I love their clever use of up-cycled hardware, which is given a second life by the addition of Raspberry Pi computers; and their elegant design solution for the graphic interface is just what we were looking for.”</p> <p>© Tate Photography and Lee Funnell</p> Helen Jordan Wed, 13 Nov 2013 12:21:38 +0000 /projects/uk-projects/bloomberg-connects /projects/uk-projects/bloomberg-connects SAM HOEY VISITS KOLKATA ON A UKTI TRADE MISSION <p>Sam Hoey was part of the UK delegation that visited Kolkata on a <span class="caps">UKTI</span> Trade Mission. Whilst there he joined restoration experts in having a glimpse of the magnificent Writers&#8217; Buildings in the historic centre of the city to see how its restoration has been planned.</p> <p>He later went to Nagarayan Bhavan in <a href="http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/topic/Salt-Lake"target="_blank">Salt Lake</a> where he gave a presentation on designs and artwork that can be involved in setting up creative spaces in the city.</p> <p>He explained how art, architecture and interactive designs mixed together could throw up interesting ideas to give an aesthetic look to any urban project, like having waterless fountains, wind-powered light stalks and a city gateway. &#8220;It is a very interesting concept where buildings, bridges, pavements and stations provide creative spaces. We are exploring ways of engaging with them,&#8221; said state urban development secretary Debashis Sen.</p> <p>Read more in the <a href="http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-11-24/kolkata/44412060_1_creative-spaces-beautification-urban-areas"target="_blank">Times of India</a> and in <a href="http://principalsecretarysblog.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/the-city-as-canvas.html"target="_blank">Urban Journal</a></p> Helen Jordan Fri, 29 Nov 2013 09:00:00 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4a838%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4a838%3E JASON TO GIVE LECTURE FOR THE INSTITUTE OF IDEAS AT RAVENSBOURNE UNIVERSITY <p><a href="/assets/0000/8074/IOI2.jpg" class="fancybox" rel="group"><img src="/assets/0000/8074/IOI2_large.jpg" alt="No Description" /></a> As part of the external lecture series at Ravensbourne University, Jason has been asked to give a lecture to staff and students on Monday 2nd December at 6pm.</p> <p>The Institute of IDEAs is a student run society to help organise lectures, work on live projects and bring the industry into Ravensbourne to meet the Interior Design Environment Architectures and Architecture students.</p> <p>Ravensbourne is a world-class digital destination developing talented individuals and leading-edge businesses through learning, skills, applied research, enterprise and innovation.</p> <p><a href="http://www.instituteofideas.org/lectures-upcoming.php"target="_blank">Click here to find out more</a></p> Helen Jordan Mon, 02 Dec 2013 16:35:09 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4bf08%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4bf08%3E SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH SPEECH AT OPENING OF LIVING PLANET CENTRE <p><a href="/assets/0000/8098/wwf-2.jpg" class="fancybox" rel="group"><img src="/assets/0000/8098/wwf-2_large.jpg" alt="No Description" /></a> David Attenborough at the opening of the Living Planet Centre in November 2013.</p> <p>Watch the brilliant man&#8217;s speech by clicking <a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbnax_9G9rE"target="_blank">here.</a></p> <p>The Living Planet Centre is home to the <a href="http://www.jasonbruges.com/projects/uk-projects/wwf-experience"target="_blank"><span class="caps">WWF</span> Experience</a> &#8211; an exciting interactive exhibition that brings to life the secrets of the natural world, and the threats it faces.</p> Helen Jordan Thu, 30 Jan 2014 11:44:07 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4d560%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4d560%3E JASON BRUGES STUDIO CREATE POSTER FOR DO THE GREEN THING & WWF FOR THEIR EARTH HOUR INITIATIVE <p><a href="/assets/0000/8162/Do_the_Green_Thing.jpg" class="fancybox" rel="group"><img src="/assets/0000/8162/Do_the_Green_Thing_large.jpg" alt="No Description" /></a> Do The Green Thing have teamed up with <span class="caps">WWF</span> for their Earth Hour initiative on March 29th 2014, the world’s largest mass participation event. Earth Hour is an annual switch off that focuses the world’s attention on our planet, and Jason Bruges Studio have been asked to be a part of it by creating a poster to inspire the world to be more sustainable.</p> <p>In March 2013 Do The Green Thing counted down the days to WWF’s Earth Hour with 23 Posters made by 23 world class creative talents. Sharing the posters digitally with their subscribers and with a big PR outreach, they managed to inspire 11 million people in those 23 days. For Earth Hour 2014, Do The Green Thing and <span class="caps">WWF</span>-UK are working together to inspire 50 million this March. Once again, they are asking the world’s best creative talents to design posters that change the way people think and act. It can be about turning things off, buying less, using things up, flying less, walking more, cycling more. It can be a line, a drawing, a painting, a photograph, a squiggle. Each poster will be distributed daily throughout their online community, publicised through a combination of PR channels and shared by friends and partners to reach the wider world.</p> <p>Read more about it on the <a href="http://dothegreenthing.tumblr.com/"target="_blank">Do The Green Thing</a> website.</p> Helen Jordan Tue, 04 Mar 2014 11:16:13 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4dfb0%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4dfb0%3E CP HART WINNER AT HOMES & GARDENS AWARDS 2014 <p><a href="/assets/0000/8186/Retailer_of_the_year.png" class="fancybox" rel="group"><img src="/assets/0000/8186/Retailer_of_the_year_large.png" alt="No Description" /></a> C.P. Hart was shortlisted for this year’s Homes &amp; Gardens Design Awards (Retailer of the Year). The award winners were announced last month, and we are delighted that CP Hart were amongst them.</p> <p>The award citation is based on the Chelsea showroom: &quot;…a pioneering showroom, which offers a glimpse of the future of retailing…Adding glamour and movement is a ceiling sculpture by digital artists Jason Bruges Studio, featuring water-filled glass hemispheres that create changing lighting patterns using computer-controlled LEDs and fans. &quot;</p> <p>View our CP Hart installation <a href="http://www.jasonbruges.com/projects/uk-projects/ebb-flow"target="_blank">Ebb &amp; Flow</a> here.</p> Helen Jordan Tue, 04 Mar 2014 11:40:00 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4e438%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4e438%3E MIMOSA GOES TO SINGAPORE FOR ILIGHT FESTIVAL 2014 <p><a href="/assets/0000/3682/JBS_OLE_05.jpg" class="fancybox" rel="group"><img src="/assets/0000/3682/JBS_OLE_05_large.jpg" alt="No Description" /></a> iLight Marina Bay is Asia’s only sustainable light art festival that showcases innovative content, the intelligent use of lighting as well as an international line-up of creative talents. Themed Light+heART, the festival this year features 28 innovative and environmentally sustainable light art installations from around the world. The Marina Bay waterfront will be transformed into a magical space of light and colour for the public to celebrate both public spaces and creativity.</p> <p>Read more on the <a href="http://www.ilightmarinabay.sg/"target="_blank">iLight Festival</a> here</p> Helen Jordan Fri, 07 Mar 2014 15:54:16 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4e938%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4e938%3E AERIAL DYNAMICS CLIP FEATURED ON MAXON UK DEMO REEL <p>The <span class="caps">MAXON</span> UK demo reel has been updated and we are pleased to see it now includes a clip from our Coco-Cola Aerial Dynamics project.</p> <p>This project has also been sent to the head office for the possibility of being included in the new Global demo reel, which will be produced in the summer.</p> <p><iframe width="470" height="264" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/AvlVxkyk7PM" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe></p> Helen Jordan Mon, 07 Apr 2014 14:57:36 +0000 /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4ed98%3E /articles.%23%3Carticle:0x7a4ed98%3E