Transformers 4 Premier/Imagine Dragons Concert • Hong Kong
Presented in conjunction with Live Nation, Full Force designed and produced the premier event and Imagine Dragons stage for the Hong Kong premier of Transformers 4.
World War Z Premier/Muse Concert • London & World War Z Premier • New York
Presented in conjunction with Live Nation, Full Force designed and produced the red carpet premier and stage for Muse for the London premiere of World War Z. In New York we designed the red carpet premier for the movie event of the summer. The New York premier gathered the largest group of people ever in Duffy Square. London was a first of its kind event in the Horse Guards Parade attracting more than 15,000 enthusiastic fans.
Mission Impossible 4 Premier (MI4) • Rio de Janeiro
Paramount Pictures and Coke Zero present the Mission Impossible - Ghost Protocol movie premier from Rio de Janeiro. The event was
live-streamed on the Internet so Tom Cruise fans around the world could take part in the action, which included a DJ set from Tiësto.
Transformers 3 Premier • Times Square NY
With 4,200 pound Bumble Bee Robots, NASCAR style “Wrecker” cars from the film and crashed set cars combined with an 85-foot subway façade all set on an enormous stage deck dressed with smoke effects and lighting. Paramount Pictures wanted something that could transform NYC into the largest event the city had ever seen.
Will.i.am 2013 European Tour
The will.i.am 2013 tour took its inspiration from the color theory, massive shapes and shadow play of contemporary artist James Terrell. From the foundation of completely white stage environment with oversized set pieces and having no visible lighting instruments, the production can be manipulated with customized visuals throughout the performance. The music became the driving force behind the visuals and each set required a new and different approach that mixed projection mapping and integrating levels of light and color. The result is a unique concert experience that connects each song emotionally with the audience. Read more
about the production in the TPi article.
Kylie Minogue Aphrodite Live Tour
The tour supported her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite. The tour visited Europe, Asia, North America, Australia and Africa. Minogue has stated the tour was highly technical (as far as staging) yet it remained somewhat intimate. The tour ranked 6th in Pollstar's "Top 50 Worldwide Tour
(Mid-Year)", earning over $52.1 million dollars from 68 shows.
Britney Spears Circus Tour
Britney's back! See Britney like never before in her larger-than-life big top party featuring music, dance, magic, and acrobatics-the no-holds-barred world tour featured more than 50 amazing performers accompanying Britney on stage! The big top stage experience was set in the round and included nine lifts, which had a cost of $10 million. It traveled in 3,000 rolling cases packed into 32 semis and a crew of 150 people was needed to set it up.
LA Lakers Championship Celebration
The Lakers and the city of Los Angeles celebrated their NBA title with a parade through their fine city. Between 500,000 and 2 million lined the 2-mile-long parade route extending from the Staples Center to the edge of the University of Southern California campus.
Chime Long Circus • China
The worlds largest outdoor circus, Galaxy, in Chimelong Park, China. The design for Galaxy was based on China's first man in space and celebrating the new millennium. We had multiple shops from around the world build elements from the design. Our office would send new drawings to their engineers daily and then would meet for hours discussing how we could have structures constructed to withstand natural disasters.
DIRECTV CES Exhibit • Las Vegas
119-by-50-foot booth with a ceiling that event the Sistine Chapel would envy: 2,000 “flying cubes” hung from aircraft cables. The six-sided white Plexiglas blocks represented the swirl of information that surrounds us every second of every day. Beneath the simulated sky, the exhibit is virtually whited out to tie in to the bleached corporate hue. Marshmallow-colored carpeting blanketed the booth’s three sections: the lounge, where three 61-inch-wide plasma screens highlighted DIRECTV’s range of HDTV channels; the XTV area, with monitors demonstrating digital video recording technology; and the Ucentric Home section, where four 12-by-10-by-4-foot display cases evoked past technology with their “Leave It to Beaver” scenarios while demonstrating DirecTV’s latest technology.