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Urbanscreen Lights Sydney Opera House!

German Urbanscreen crew is specialized in large-scale projections on urban surfaces. Recently they lighted the sails at the famous Sydney Opera House, combining the art of light projection, video mapping and motion graphics to extraordinary heights…

German design collective Urbanscreen transformed the Sydney Opera House with their Lighting of the Sails. They projected large-scale pictures of people moving on the surface, crawling or walking from different perspectives. The project is part of the Vivid Live Festival running from 25 May to 11 June 2012. Urbanscreen was founded in 2008 and conceives and produces custom-made media installations using high artistic standards and stylistic devices, a spacious architectural background and a consistently professional completion. Their aim is to transfer their concepts into a dialog between art and urban communication. (ignant.de)

The result was an amazing effect – I thank the interwebs allowing me to find such beauty, yeah!

Urbanscreen Lights Sydney Opera House!

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