“Anamorphic Mirror“ opens up the conference and brand area in the Deutsche Banks headquarters in Frankfurt. The installation is located at the end of a staircase. Consisting of a faceted mirror and blue light projected onto the opposite wall, it reflects the Deutsche Bank’s logo when viewed from the sweet spot. Standing at the bottom of the stairs visitors initially see seemingly random blue reflections on the mirror’s individual surfaces. Through their own movement visitors then generate a filmic perception: What they see changes with every step. As they get closer, the reflections begin to take shape until they resolve into the banks blue logo upon the visitors reaching the stair head.
Using Tokyo as a pivotal source of inspiration, PROJECT Wooster highlights Japanese designers and exposes their mastery in crafting product that transcends culture and time. Based on the successful partnerships of the inaugural Project Wooster, look for the launch of Nick Wooster collaborations with brands that he feels represent the best in class of each category.
PROJECT Show Las Vegas Feb 13- 15
Filmed by Marcus Troy
Edited by Unknown Collective
Pictures by Marcus Troy & Ahmad
The dissemination of light is one of the most essential systems around us. As we knew, light can propagate both with and without medium. However, light beam can only be seen though mediums. And that gives us the chance to “control” the light by controlling the medium it goes though. Then the light can be converged, separated, bent and even slow visually.
The slow light project recreates the basic way light operates, though a series of man-made “non- natural phenomenons” of light. Moreover, there are more possibilities coming to us when the speed of light slowing down.