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A recent model box I built for the wonderful @joannayudesign ✨
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A recent model box i built for the wonderful @joannayudesign
Book Club is in its fourth and final week of shows at the Port Stanley Festival Theatre! Here’s a side-by-side view of the 1/2” scale model and the final set. Make the most of your beach day and see this hilarious show!
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Directed by Liz Gilroy, Set by Joshua Quinlan, Costumes by Alex Amini, Lights by Karen Crichton
📸: @shutterdotca
18 216 August 2018
Book club is in its fourth and final week of shows at the port stanley festival theatre! here’s a side-by-side view of the 1/2” scale model and the final set. make the most of your beach day and see this hilarious show!
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directed by liz gilroy, set by joshua quinlan, costumes by alex amini, lights by karen crichton
📸: @shutterdotca
1/2” scale model box of the Festival Theatre for the 2019 season @stratfest
13 329 September 2018
1/2” scale model box of the festival theatre for the 2019 season @stratfest
#tbt 1:48 scale Beaux Arts staircase in process. A combination of techniques: card stairs and 3D printed filigree and handrail. Designed and painted by Christina Poddubiuk for La Traviata soon to be remounted @edmontonopera
10 207 September 2018
#tbt 1:48 scale beaux arts staircase in process. a combination of techniques: card stairs and 3d printed filigree and handrail. designed and painted by christina poddubiuk for la traviata soon to be remounted @edmontonopera
#fairytaletime Ludi Naturae show by Iris van Herpen. Scene design by #PeterGentenaar, who is known for capturing ‘organic memory’ and motion in his delicate large-scale cellulose sculptures. Gentenaar uses bamboo structures as his sculpture's skeletons, to mirror the spine of a leaf, incorporating other basic forms (triangles, squares) to show the distinct effect of prolonged drying of the pulp. The pigment is only used to color the bamboo that bleeds naturally into the pulp, giving the sculptures a glazed look.
#irisvanherpen source: @irisvanherpen #dreaming #nightmood #contemporaryfashion #fashionweeks #scenedesign #artofdesign
12 788 February 2018
#fairytaletime ludi naturae show by iris van herpen. scene design by #petergentenaar, who is known for capturing ‘organic memory’ and motion in his delicate large-scale cellulose sculptures. gentenaar uses bamboo structures as his sculpture's skeletons, to mirror the spine of a leaf, incorporating other basic forms (triangles, squares) to show the distinct effect of prolonged drying of the pulp. the pigment is only used to color the bamboo that bleeds naturally into the pulp, giving the sculptures a glazed look.
#irisvanherpen source: @irisvanherpen #dreaming #nightmood #contemporaryfashion #fashionweeks #scenedesign #artofdesign