Studio Job designed and executed this whimsical stage set for its first-ever music project with British musician Mika. During the artist’s ‘No Place in Heaven’ tour, the stage design elevated all of the artist's performances.
Each art installation became a vital piece of the overall production. Studio Job used a large disco ball, psychedelic lights and over-sized mural paintings to captivate the audience and enhance Mika's musical performances. Each image -- which displayed things from chimneys to sinking ships -- was hand-drawn on small pieces of paper. These images were later blown up into massive, stage-sized artworks.
By layering each of the elements of the stage set, a hybrid of two and three-dimensional perspectives was achieved.
This Stage Set Features Over-Sized Artwork and Illuminated Neon Lights
1. Whimsical Stage Design - The use of over-sized artwork and illuminated neon lights in stage design creates a whimsical and captivating experience for the audience.
2. Integration of Art Installation - The integration of art installations as vital pieces of stage production adds a unique and visually engaging element to performances.
3. Hybrid Perspective - The combination of two and three-dimensional perspectives in stage design offers a fresh and immersive experience for the audience.
1. Entertainment - The entertainment industry can incorporate whimsical stage design to create memorable performances that leave a lasting impact on the audience.
2. Music - The music industry can employ the integration of art installations in stage sets to enhance visual storytelling and elevate live performances.
3. Fine Arts - The fine arts industry can explore the concept of hybrid perspective in stage design to create innovative and experiential installations for exhibitions and events.