12.09.14 by Jeff

#brilliantworks: Mist and Mirrors at Squamish Festival

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Not too long ago I was approached by Vitaminwater to create an installation at this year’s Squamish Festival. I enlisted the help of my friend, designer Alex Beim, and the team at Tangible Interaction to create a sculpture that would not only cool people off but also bring a little sense of wonder to the event. Wonder is a common theme throughout Tangible’s work, and creating extraordinary moments is sorta their specialty.

All credit goes to entire gang at Tangible Interaction; the idea, the design, the construction, they did everything. Watch the video below to see how it all went down!

 













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Rachel Mychajluk

    This is amazing, SO BEAUTIFUL and cool. Inspiring, and the results are stunning.

  • eawesterhuis

    Great work Jeff and all the folks at Tangible Interaction. I’ve been following your instagram posts on this project and it’s nice to finally see the video. Perf!





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