This modern take on a 1920’s ballroom event raises retail window displays to a whole new level. Automatic doors open allowing visitors to enter directly through the window as if they were personally invited to a grand event. Offering a unique, sophisticated and unexpectedly curious buying experience.
The seamless lighting wall has been inspired by the musical harp and re-imagined into something more functionally illuminating whilst staying true to it’s original ethos, a curved stringed form. This enlightened design has been carefully crafted to appeal to mankind’s highest vibrational nature.
As users enter, they are greeted and lulled by beautiful harp music.
For more information on how you can create this stunning display, call us today on 0116 406 2959 and one of our LED projects experts will assist you. You can also check out our seamless LED tape lights.
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Wealth, Entertainment, Social Status. This man has it all or does he?
In the end the lesson learnt is that all the money in the world can’t buy you true happiness. Sometimes the simplest, most wonderful things in life are free. And every deceptive action taken, is an action taken against yourself.
If the people in our lives were to cease to exist and all we were left with was a big pile of material possessions would that be enough? King Midas didn’t think so.
The Great Gatsby (2013)
Take an ambitious love story, mix it with a 1920’s era theme and add stunning lighting visuals to the mix and you have a masterpiece in film making.
The Great Gatsby transcends what it means to aim for the stars. Following the journey of man adamant at capturing the heart of the woman of his dreams. He crafts a persona, inherits wealth and then throws the most stupendous parties. All in the hope he’ll gain her attention, but is it enough?
The following scene is a masterclass in lightography, allowing the viewer to subconciously give the scene meaning based on their own life’s experiences. The clever use of green light asks us a question, is the pursuit of getting to the top at any cost worth it? Or is the real pay off in the journey itself?