Event design requires a unique blend of creative vision, problem solving skills, and technical ability. This design genre covers events as large as the Olympics and as small as themed parties, and everything in-between: live shows, festivals, parades, corporate events, and weddings. Like most areas of entertainment design, event design relies on a visionary concept, talented design execution (from lighting and 3D projections to fireworks and set design), and precise coordination of performers and special effects.
Posted on May 5, 2011
Project MOE is somewhat difficult to describe because variation is an integral element of its design. For that reason, we’ll begin with a succinct description of Project MOE straight from ...
Posted on April 14, 2011
The Xi’an International Horticulture Expo will welcome visitors in through its lush trellised entranceway just two weeks from now. The expo, which is the focal point of redevelopment between the ...
Posted on February 24, 2011
The countdown continues to what has become the most anticipated royal wedding since Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer tied the knot on July 29, 1981 in a ceremony viewed ...
Posted on February 17, 2011
This January, Salt Lake City once again saw the meeting of the annual Altitude Design Summit. Hundreds of bloggers, photographers, web designers and stylists, and many others with a creative ...
Posted on January 6, 2011
People often overlook the hard work and ingenuity that goes into the behind-the-scenes part of a big show.
EntertainmentDesigner.com had the opportunity to interview one of the top technical directors in ...
Posted on November 11, 2010
Chelsea Clinton’s recent summer wedding was the subject of great excitement and media scrutiny, but surprisingly few details have been available about the former first daughter’s big day. The Clintons ...