Don’t know if you film fans out there had a chance to catch K8 Vision’s work on Reelz TV the other night (Feb 19). That’s when the Visual Effects Society’s 10th Annual Award show aired. If you saw it, you saw the one and only Martin Scorsese collecting an award for his amazing film Hugo. And you saw it happening on a set we designed at an event we art directed. Needless to say, a good time was had by all!
Taking Soho House West Hollywood back in time for their 2011 New Year’s bash was a blast. We turned the exclusive club into a 1920s circus themed set with theatrical lighting and static trapeze performances. K8 Vision was responsible for everything from the circus banners and scary clown statuary to the wait-staff wear and lighting design. Basically, we worked with Soho House to conceive the eve, then make it happen. Make that “happening!”See more SOHO House New Year’s Eve 2011 photos at K8 Vision Flickr.
Ask K8 Vision to do a crafting event for kids — especially one that’s collecting holiday gifts for needy families in the L.A. area — and we’re so there.
We created a tree with doves and ornaments just for Baby2Baby’s 2011 holiday crafting event and toy drive. While we were at, we went all “winter wonderland” on the place (providing styling and decor for the event).
Gift givers in attendance included lovely and generous Angelino Christina Ricci.See more Baby2Baby 2011 photos at K8 Vision Flickr.
Brentwood just got a little cozier. How is that possible? Simple, K8 Vision worked its holiday magic at Giannetti Home, one of the tony community’s favorite places to shop any time of the year. Thanks, Giannettis! ‘Twas another wonderful year to do display for you!See more GIANNETTI HOLIDAY 2011 photos at K8 Vision Flickr.
Abbot Kinney Blvd’s eclectically chic boutique, Colcha, gets its holiday on courtesy of K8Vision, Santa’s favorite little helper when it comes to displaying Christmas cheer (if we do say so ourselves)!See more CHRISTMAS COLCHA photos at K8 Vision Flickr.
Actually, make that Seattle-adjacent Bellevue, WA, whose Splendid store was made splendider by another installation of Karen Kimmel’s splendiferous Crafting Community event. Designed, built and installed by K8 Vision, the hands-on crafting event was, per usual, a hit with kids of all ages.See more SPLENDID IN SEATTLE photos at K8 Vision Flickr.
Splendid and Karen Kimmel also did a crafting event at Scottsdale’s Museum of Contemporary Art, where I also did the decor. It was full on “bead for all” where attendees made their own beaded necklaces or DIY fabric scarves. Everyone had a ball.See more SPLENDID SCOTTSDALE MOCA photos at K8 Vision Flickr.