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Nissan Snow Globe
Nissan Snow Globe

5@5: Snow Globes, Eurovision, Cher, & More

This week's industry news includes the lighting design for a Nissan Snow Globe installation, podcast with Clifton Taylor, projection mapping The Human League, Eurovision 2019, and sound design for The Cher Show.

The 5@5 is released every Thursday at 5pm EST as a round-up of the week's top entertainment design and technology items, so you can stay up to date on industry news.

By Design: Christien Methot Lights The Nissan Snow Globe

As if a harbinger for a long, cold, northeastern winter, Nissan built a giant, walk-in-size snow globe, produced by Stuart Wiessman Productions and lit by Christian Methot of Design One, in collaboration with ad agency TBWA and experiential agency Fake Love.

in 1: The Podcast With Lighting Designer Clifton Taylor

Cory Pattak of in 1: the podcast talks with lighting designer Clifton Taylor about his new book, Color & Light: Navigating Color Mixing in the Midst of an LED Revolution.

The Human League of Projection Mapping

The Human League toured the UK with a concert design by Rob Sinclair that featured projection mapping with creative content by Really Creative Media.

Ola Melzig Talks Eurovision Song Contest 2019, Part One

We chatted live with Ola Melzig, production manager for Eurovision Song Contest, from the previz studio at Expo Tel Aviv in Israel. Watch the video!

The Beat Goes On: Inside Nevin Steinberg’s Sound Design for The Cher Show

Sound designer Nevin Steinberg discusses his strategies for capturing the essence of Cher, in music and spirit, for his sound design in The Cher Show on Broadway.

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