October 1, 2015 in Uncategorized
The EMA Partners Conference for KPMG was a relatively simple build, and a nice job to start off the new season. We supplied the main stage, with stand off logo, ground row, and Dubai skyline profile. Two hung projection screens, and graphic columns for in the reception area outside the ballroom at Atlantis.
June 24, 2015 in Uncategorized
This years NAS opening ceremony started off the tournament with a bang. Featuring extreme sports stars such as the Yasutoko Brothers and Aaron ‘Wheelz’ Fotheringham from Nitro Circus. Along with a whole host of other sports stars and entertainers performing dances, trampoline acts, BMX stunts and more.
JR Scenic was asked to supply ramps for the performers to use in the show, including a 3.6M drop in ramp, quarter pipe, landing ramp and a 3M half pipe shown in the images below. After the opening ceremony the court had to be cleared completely within 8 Minutes for the first volley ball tournament to begin. Because of this each ramp was built with hidden wheels so it could be quickly disassembled and rolled out of the arena.
We also supplied this podium which was used during the show to signify the beginning of the tournament. The first games ball was placed on top, and the podium instantly lit up.
May 13, 2015 in Uncategorized
We were approached by Avant Garde to build a gala dinner stage for DP World at The Atlantis Hotel. The stage was a white tiled gloss floor. The walls included a 8×5 Meter rear projection screen and 12 graphic frames to look like shipping containers. These graphics had to have a platform behind them for dancers. During the show the panels would be back lit revealing the dancers silhouettes on the material. We also made 3 large cable wheels to be placed either side of the stage.
March 8, 2015 in Uncategorized
From the 1st – 7th March Dubai Canvas was an event on JBR Beach Mall. It featured artists from around the world who specialise in perspective street art. Octopus approached us to supply the events signage and sculptures.
The giant chalk pieces below were carved from polystyrene.
This giant chalk box also doubled as a site map showing where all the exhibits were around the mall.
This is an example of the art produced by the artists.