Voila! Out of thin air comes French Connection’s new Autumn/Winter 2014 collection, starring British TV magician Troy Von Scheibner and model Camilla Christensen. FCUK’s commitment to “design-led products presented in a unique and innovative way” glows in the retailer’s latest campaign and in-store design, captivating their global audience with the art of magic. Read more >>
Skip the museums and spend the night at Park Hotel Tokyo for an unforgettable opportunity to enjoy art from the comfort of your hotel room. Art isn’t just commonly hung on the walls in this establishment; it’s hand-painted floor to ceiling. For the past two years the hotel has been sponsoring their Artist In Hotel project, an initiative that invites artists to stay the night in one of their rooms and transform it into their own one-of-a-kind suite.
Festival: Nanami Ishihara, depicts the energetic and vibrant cultural festivities she has experienced throughout her personal life. Ishihara’s “matsuri” (or festival) inspired room took over one-month to create. This parade of color makes a rare period of fleeting happiness and optimism everlasting. Read more >>
Comic-Con International: San Diego is the premier destination for comic fanatics, pop culture buffs and gamers from all corners of the globe. Entertainment producers, actors, writers and creatives know it is also an unmatched platform for engaging with their most passionate fans.
Celebrating 75 years of superheroism and building anticipation for the 2015 release of the Batman: Arkham Knight video game, Batman undoubtedly stole the show at Comic-Con 2014 with the hot-ticket Cape/Cowl/Create party, hosted by VICE, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment. VICE invited hip artists like Mister Cartoon and Conrad Leach to reimagine Batman’s iconic costume, displaying their designs on rotating platforms at the Hard Rock Hotel in downtown San Diego. Read more >>
Presented by Duggal Visual Solutions founder Baldev Duggal at the PDN Photo Annual, the 2014 Duggal Image Maker Award recognizes three outstanding individuals whose work resonates with the photo community visually, emotionally and intellectually.
Antony Sojka received the award for Most Inspiring Image. Check out his winning image below, followed by a brief interview. Congratulations, Antony!
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When you’re scrambling to catch the train during rush hour, have you ever felt like you’re part of an anonymous, faceless throng, stripped of all individuality?
If the answer to the above question is yes, you will enjoy German photographer Frank Machalowski’s ‘Monsters,’ a series of long exposure photographs of moving crowds.
The project started in 2012 when Machalowski set up his camera and tripod at some of Europe’s busiest transportation hubs. Using a long duration shutter speed, Machalowski blurred moving people in his shots. (more…)
It’s that time of year! Fashion retail is “back to school,” and UNIQLO’s 34th St. NYC flagship store is, as always, visionary in engaging shoppers of all ages. The store’s latest centerpiece installation redefines the rules of fashion display and store design.
WATCH as Duggal craftsmen and digital experts assemble UNIQLO’s vision for showcasing the hippest new fall styles.
Led by production consultant Giselle Behrens and coordinator Jeff Harris, the Duggal multimedia team created and programmed two 9-foot-tall, double-sided LED video towers along with neon light frames. The digital elements are complemented by precision-cut vinyl graphics for the exterior glass, and Duggal craftsmen also built custom wood display platforms and wrapped them in an aluminum metal laminant.
Check out some of our past work with UNIQLO at the links below: See more >>
Duggal is thrilled for a second year to saddle-up and ride with the Limited Brands and Bath & Body Works cycling team supporting Pelotonia, the Ohio-based charity committed to ending cancer. In 5 years, Pelotonia has attracted tens of thousands of riders and raised more than $73 million, with every dollar going directly to cancer research.
The model of Pelotonia remains simple: the organization’s operating expenses are covered by funding partners so that 100% of every dollar raised by Pelotonia riders, virtual riders and volunteers goes directly to funding cancer research at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center.
A record 7,200+ fundraising cyclists joined in this year’s ride through scenic Ohio, including Duggal Visual Solutions CEO Mike Duggal, VP of Creative Services Jerid O’Connell and Senior Consultant Marina Stark. Read more >>
Japan’s village of Inakadate in the Aomori Prefecture is best known for its production of rice. Every summer, artists in the village harvest their paddy fields to grow in intricate designs created with yellow and purple varieties of rice, together with an Aomori variety called Tsugaru Roman, which is a vibrant green. The tradition has been carrying on since 2003.
For the artists’ latest annual reap, the crop art measures 160,000 square feet, depicting the legend of a mythical maiden of Japan’s most famous mountain, Mount Fuji. Visitors travel from all over the world to see the earthly art piece, which can be most easily and visibly seen from an observation deck towering over the field. Read more >>
Loyal customers and curious passersby alike flocked to Lake Grove, NY for the grand opening of Fairway Market’s newest location. A New York treasure for three generations, Fairway has long been considered the grocery store for super-fresh local produce, top quality meats and seafood, organic snacks and specialty imports.
With the new 50,000-square-foot store comes “a beautiful, clean new look.” Fairway store designers, with the help of TPG Architecture and Duggal Visual Solutions, elevated the already fantastic Fairway experience with eye-catching signage, fixtures and graphics. The Lake Grove store features crisp, clean visuals with updated designs and fonts to help shoppers navigate the aisles. Read more >>
In what was merely a Main Street parking access tunnel, the town of Westport, Conn. saw an opportunity to bring a community together through contemporary art.
Town leaders called on lifelong resident Miggs Burroughs, whose homespun charm juxtaposes his notoriety as a graphic artist, to transform the otherwise drab pedestrian passageway into an emotionally engaging public gallery.
His creation, “Tunnel Vision” shares the personal stories of 32 Westport residents, employing the eye-tricking impact of high-resolution lenticular graphics for images that essentially move with the viewer. Every framed print is a complex blend of progressive images mounted on special Plexiglass with light bending micro-channels. The end result is a 3D moving visual narrative that manifests itself as the viewer proceeds along the passageway.
While all 16 images share the commonality of interlocking hands, perhaps the most moving piece is Tattoos. Holocaust survivor Anita Ron Schorr and an 8-year-old resident named Scarlett both long for a world without hatred or discrimination. In the transition of frames, Scarlett’s hands release from Anita’s arm to reveal a numbered tattoo, evoking a heart-wrenching understanding for her wish. Read more >>