'Fall in Pop' by Mint Design Uses Technology to Portray Nature

By: Kevin Young - Published: • References: canon & designboom
For the Canon Neoreal exhibition at Milan Design Week 2012, fashion designers Mint Design showcases its 'Fall in Pop' collection that revolves around the importance of the world's natural environments.

The exhibition is a collection of organic work that includes 3D screens made from a glossy coated fabric; projected motifs and imagery fill the space with illuminating light along with a variety of colors. This hanging sculpture dangles, creating a waterfall effect meant to portray running water that seeps down to the forest and into the land. The entire theme of the presentation revolves around forests trees, water and the wildlife, which play a major role in the world.

Imagery and audio is incorporated into the presentation to give the audience an intense feeling on the emphasis of nature. 'Fall in Pop' by Mint Design was made possible with the works of Canon.


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