Archive for the ‘Art Shows’ Category

Where creativity, expression and intellect collide.

March 18, 2015

What’s a designer to do for inspiration? Take the family to see a Cirque du soleil production, Amaluna! There’s so much to take in like set design, costumes, music, lighting, story line, and of course the talented performers; it’s a creative cornucopia.

Amaluna was not my first Cirque show, however every time I attend, I find myself asking the same questions. What does it take to deliver a Cirque production? Who orchestrates the creative direction? How do the performers perform at such a high level day in and day out? So many moving parts, yet the presentation is seamless, in sync, to us. It’s obvious that not only is a Cirque production visually stunning, it’s beautifully thought-out.

Ironically, we often receive a similar response when we work on client projects. We develop creative directions while looking at each project from a broad perspective. We perform through our execution and production of the ideas, delivering a product that is in sync with the client’s needs and expectations. And yes, we do this day in and day out. Actually, it’s not surprising to see some similarities between a Cirque du soleil production and our process as designers. Our client’s work is beautifully thought-out too.

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Thanks Ya’ll. Bayou City Art Festival.

October 16, 2009

Our first ever floating sculpture, floated this past weekend, in the Art on Water, Bayou Art Festival… well sort-of.  Although we experienced a few hiccups concerning the weather; all-and-all it was fun.

Thanks to everyone who came out to support us and congratulations to this year’s winners! See some of the amazing sculptures in our collage below.BeanTooHotLaunchpeople

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Send Us Your Picture! Art on Water.

October 7, 2009

If you send us a photo of you with our “It’s Bean Too Hot” floating sculpture visible in the background (or side-ground) we’ll send you a Prism Design “Use Your Bean” gift. You can email your photo to think@prismdesigninc.com. Our studio manager will be receiving the images so keep it pure.

See you this weekend.

If it Floats… Bayou City Art Festival.

October 7, 2009

“Art on Water.” An interesting challenge for graphic designers who grew up loving art supplies made of paper.

Sarah House, Art on Water Coordinator, asked us to schedule our launch for Thursday, October 8, from 2:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. with the hope that press will be onsite around 2:30 p.m.

We hope to see some of you at the reflection pond in front of Houston City Hall on Thursday or during the weekend festival.

Meanwhile, you can see what supplies we’re using to brew:

Supply sources: Kelli Parman at C2media, Micheals, Joann Fabric’s and Home Depot.


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