On the 86th floor of New York City's Empire State Building, we had the chance to talk with the man behind the structure's elaborate light shows—world-renowned lighting designer, Marc Brickman. His most recent installation unveiled an extra 200 feet of LED lights, reaching the tip of the building's massive antenna. Displaying up to 16 million colors, Brickman's spectacular computer-programmed lighting design gives new energy to NYC's iconic monolith.
After a year of waiting and hard work, it has finally arrived: Stage 2! We are proud to present the long awaited sequal to stage 1. Completely new and better in every way compared to Stage 1. In this stage we will show how Rotterdam gets rebuilt.
We will fly through the city and show you the most notable area's and buildings that Rotterdam has built since the events in the previous stage. Enjoy!
Joris van Opstal: Art director
Serdar Yerdelen: 3D modelling and animation
Rowan Broek: 2D animation and compositing
Alain Koopmans: 3D modelling and animation, camera animation and render manager
Sander Wezenbeek: 3D modelling and animation
Tuur Hendrikx (Sonic Picnic): sound design
For the introduction of the Stripes Conscience line, Derek Otte wrote an impressive piece of spoken word , called ‘Beleving’. We will drop the first Tshirt that is inspired by an inmate-design before year’s end!