Developing Dreams are delighted to have won two World Exhibition Stand Awards (WESA) for Small is Beautiful, designed and built for Visit Brighton. The stand, which is an artistic rendering of Brighton’s landmarks and its principal events venues, won gold in the category ‘Best stand up to 24 square metres’ and silver in the category Best stand at a Travel and Tourism Event.
The hashtags of posts around it told the story, #PPE, #NHS, #Covid19, #3Dprinting, there was a form to sign up to a group, it was necessarily hasty, reactive, the word being spread by digital whispers while the group and the people joining it quickly found their feet and hit the ground running.
Small is Beautiful exhibition stand visualisation in 3D Visit Brighton challenged us to create an exhibition stand with a difference, defy corporate mediocrity, represent all that is good about our beautiful city by the sea, its vibrancy, compactness, its heritage and progressive artistic nature.
Set in a dystopian 2019, the epic sci fi film Bladerunner correctly predicted overwhelmingly large digital billboards, flying cars, and computers that we would interact with through speech, though it didn’t necessarily see them fitting in our pockets.
GP Laura Marshall Andrews, who founded UK’s first GP practice that integrates complementary therapies and arts programmes with GP services, calls for the NHS to embrace alternative therapies and art to tackle mental health issues.
If you think ‘Big Data’ is just a buzzword, here are a few facts: 90% of the data in the world has been created in the past two years By 2020 it is estimated that for every human being, 1.7 Megabytes of data will be created every second
Due to the continual state of digital flux in which we live, the nature of communication is constantly evolving and changing the way we consume information and interact.
This is our “Top 10 pix” from one of the biggest and longest running international art exhibitions that only happens every other year – the Venice Biennale 2017. Venice Biennale 2017 – top 10
Three more weeks until the end of the 57th Venice Biennale! If you haven’t been, you better hurry or you would have to wait for a couple of years until the next Biennale.
After your thing of beauty is unleashed upon the world, rather than just move straight on to the next project it is time to celebrate it. Now is a good time to sit down with the whole team and have a debrief session to talk about what worked well and what could work better.