At the OUE Skyspace atop the US Bank Tower, AirDD splashed the 69th floor observation deck with Hi-Light designs for Artopia, L.A. Weekly‘s annual local artist celebration in DTLA on November 5th.
The stunning night view was transformed in the reflections of AirDD’S lit shapes. AirDD’s standing illuminated designs created a “selfie garden” in the sky against the panoramic backdrop of LA. AirDD also flanked the bottom floor lobby with tusk shapes, creating an even more glitzy appeal to the already shining gold and white mural in the lobby.
See more from this fabulous evening visit www.laweekly.com
It’s Easy Being Green with #AirDD!
At AirDD, we are proud that our Hi-Lights are gentle to the planet.
Hi-Lights can be reused many times and are compact, so they don’t have a significant carbon footprint in shipping and storage. Plus, they use very little power.
Our founder Doron Gazit spent the weekend preparing for the great Lumenocity event in Cincinnati! Here are some before and after shots of the set up on and in front of the Taft Theatre using AirDD’s Hi-Lights to give it a special and elegant look. Many thanks to Marc Stout from Stout & Gallant for inviting us!
Check out more from the event at lumenocity2016.com.
Look at what this talented artist – Miki Yokoyama Art – did with our sphere. We love it!
See more of her art at MikiYokoyama.com
You’re invited to visit not one but TWO art shows this Friday, 1/29/16 featuring our founder, Doron Gazit’s newest art installation, Burnt Tree: Drawing the Line. First, visit the free Public Art Exhibition by the Do Art Foundation in connection with the LA Art Show from 7-9pm (located outside the West Hall Entrance at the LA Convention Center, 1201 S Figueroa, LA 90015.) Next, take a free shuttle between the events over to the Fabrik Expo Art Show and Opening Night Party from 7-10pm with tickets provided by Doron (located at Willow Studios, 1324 Palmetto St, LA 90013.) For more information, visit doartfoundation.org/events , fabrikexpo.com, or dorongazit.com.
If you’re in the mood for some fine art, Friday, January 29th from 7pm-9pm, come visit a public art exhibition produced by the Do Art Foundation in partnership the LA Art Show at the LA Convention Center West Hall Entrance Plaza. AirDD’s founder Doron Gazit will be unveiling of his new environmental art piece, “Burnt Tree: Drawing the Line.”
Burnt Tree: Drawing the Line – Drawing the Line is intended as a warning, as a metaphor for the arteries of life, and a call to awareness. This artwork calls attention to the repetitive drought conditions in California that will certainly result in a dramatically changed landscape in the cities. This installation features actual branches burnt in forest fires in the Los Angeles vicinity. (Read more at DoArtFoundation.org/events)
THE DO ART FOUNDATION
The Do Art Foundation is “a nonprofit public art foundation focused on the creation, commissioning, and curating of artistic pieces and productions in the public realm.” (read more about Do Art at DoArtFoundation.org)