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Brief Published: 9 Dec 2011

Apostrophy's: Lotus Flower


Bankok design studio Apostrophy’s has completed a lotus flower shaped floating stage for 2011’s Loi Krathong festival – the Thai annual celebration of the full moon. Floating on the Nong Prajut swamp, colourful projections were mapped onto the sculptural structure, creating a vivid centrepiece.

Constructed from an iron frame that was then wrapped in fabric, the 12m wide structure acted as a fragmented canvas for patterns and moving images to be projected onto.

The Stylus report Transformative Light explores other artists and designers who are using this projection mapping technique.