Isy Music Festival is an ultra large music festival in China. Every year, Isy organizes this global carnival with the tropical atmosphere of Hainan Island. Isy 2019 NYE has created a new set of IP— “Deer Man” —from the legendary design of the sea, sky, and mountains in Sanya, China, and integrated the story of love and natural power into its iconic stage design, making it the most Innovative music festival in China.
The theme of the Spring Festival is school. The focus is placed on matching school and theme park spaces, and it displays the beauty of spring that can be enjoyed simultaneously. Through the presentation of stories, for adults, it reminds them of precious memories, and for children, it provides them with a space for creating memories. It is reminiscent of a fun school attended by Lotty, Lorry, and cute animal characters in pretty school uniforms. (Lotty / Lorry: Lotte World's representative character). For the visitors, with the background of the theme park, fun photo zones are provided.
360 Design Budapest was a series of programs, introduced by the Hungarian Fashion and Design Agency in the frame of Budapest Design Week. The event, presenting the works of twenty Hungarian and four international contemporary designers, had an interesting feature: its Phygital nature, which allowed the audience to visit the exhibition both offline and online. The event displays designers of the Hungarian and regional design scene highlighting also through this high-value selection that Central European design is indeed world class.
Visions of Future is an interactive motion-activated manifest. Borrowed from the aesthetics of sci-fi, and as far from the conventional booth design as possible. Neon lights and a towering fragmented screen-wall without any hints of controls. Every vision was constructed around the guest's digitized avatar, communications the main message - future is impossible without actions, no one does not know, where future lies, but Inty is the one to create it. To deliver this effect Inty used a depth camera, scanning the person in real-time.
Since 2018, BIAS has developed and implemented an urban festival to help Daxi township preparing for the key religious ceremony of the place. Usually, Taiwanese ceremonies are conservative and based on rural traditions that dictate a strict set of rules. To share the charm of folk beliefs with the urban public, BIAS mediated the traditions by a strategic set of design interventions and activities that provide a pop-culture vibe to the event. In particular, BIAS acted as curator and invited various young artists and designers to cooperate with those that preserve old traditions.