Creative solutions are not always easy to find but when there is an inspiration somewhere it helps a lot! J Plus Hotel by Yoo approached us this season with a wonderful idea: offer to its clients a very unique and creative Valentine Day gift including a customized sketch of a couple. Here we had a great inspiration! Of course, we thought this artistic gift would be perfect for the season, that’s why we decided to go for these bespoke experiences.
Creative solutions are the perfect gifts!
Therefore, we started brainstorming and discussing with the creative team of Paris Art Ltd. After thinking and looking at different projects and ideas, we imagined a romantic situation featuring two lovers and a vintage French red bike. The sketch comes with candles, balloons décor, LED lighting displaying a personalized love message, French gourmet chocolate bonbons from Jean-Paul Hevin and Moet & Chandon rose. A really nice way to spend V-Day! Then, we thought of framing the whole design work. A nice artistic solution with a frame!
To know more about this creative offer by J Plus Hotel by Yoo X Paris Art Ltd clic here.
Richard X Zawitz sculptures are at One Central Macau until 22nd February, 2016. The exhibition is hosting 10 Auspicious Monkeys under the Tree of Infinity. These Monumental Lunar New Year Sculptures are meant to bring happiness, positive energy and great luck! With a resplendent veneer of lai see vermillion, reflective gold and silver, the 10 Auspicious Monkeys connote the traditional Chinese New Year blessings of abundance and prosperity. Globally recognized, Richard X Zawitz’s artistic practice is entrenched in Asian tenets of Chinese Taoism and Zen.
Have you ever seen a 3D video art created with Chinese ink? The result by acclaimed Victor Wong is so impressive that we literally feel into a Chinese ink painting. This video, a must watch here, has been commissioned by Hong Kong Jockey Club. Be amazed as Xu Beihong’s horses come alive in 3D! Leveraging state-of-the-art multimedia technology to create traditional Chinese ink artistry, the resultant 60-second commercial conveys the vibrancy of the Chinese New Year with the energy of the horses. Victor Wong is not only a talented video artist but also a multi awards celebrated man for his unlimited capacity of creation from movies to simple art.
Our French photo booth has arrived in Hong Kong and is located now at YellowKorner! This creative solution made of a smart video + photo booth is not only good for an artistic entertainment it’s also a great tool for marketing and PR as, it is connected to internet and everyone can share a content easily through the platform. The made in France booth brings an infinite possibility of customization for fantastic bespoke experiences: with change of frame design, interface personnalisation, photo multi poses, green background, biometric (face embedded in a mask), stickers, detachable coupons… The front of the terminal can be covered with a magnetic magnet, easy to put and take off.
Photos & videos are sent by mail directly from the booth (3G/4G connection) so we can share them on the social networks. On the platform we can add the name ofthe company, the name of the event etc. with direct links to a website for example.
We particularly like this photograph ‘Island Side’ by Laurent Dequick
Play & Win this summer with Yellow korner
Come and see this photo & video booth (2 in 1) this summer in Central at YellowKorner art gallery: you can take a picture of yourself with your favourite YellowKorner art photograph or take a video spreading your love for art and win a photograph! You only need to go to the shop located on Hollywood Road (58) in Central and play with our booth. Maybe you’ll be lucky! At least you’ll receive your content by email as a complimentary gift.
Share your love for YellowKorner
Be part of YellowKorner guestbook and share your love for the art photography. Be fun and silly and of course very creative!
If you wish more info about our video/photo booth please contact us – firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘King of the Forest’ by Evgeni Dinev