StudioBooth West celebrated the Oscars with Mercedes Benz at the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills. Hosted by the African American Film Critics Association, the night celebrated black actors in Hollywood, with everyone from Jamie Fox to Wesley Snipes showing up. We rolled out the red carpet and set up the GIF Booth to capture guests as they arrived for the festivities!
PUMA teamed up with New York street-style staple, BAPE, for a collaboration that blends performance sports apparel with the iconic BAPE CAMO. StudioBooth set up a Camo Booth at the NYC launch that brought out all the trendsetters of the downtown streetwear scene. Legendary Brooklyn rapper Fabulous showed up and put on a set that got everyone fired up.
When The Most Interesting Man in the World feels like throwing a party, you can be sure the Dos XX Masquerade madness will continue long past Halloween. We created a Booth that would put partygoers on the ceiling while the man of mystery held court below. Any party where people are hanging from the chandelier is obviously a success.
We brought the slow motion to Sin City for the Cotto vs. Canelo Middleweight Championship. HBO wanted to see what fans had, so we put up a heavy bag and caught the action, frame by frame. There’s some good form and heavy hitters out there, all in good company with StudioBooth SloMo.
StudioBooth brought it big time for the Jack Daniel’s Motel 7 in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Whenever we team up with Mirrorball Agency, you can be sure things are gonna get wild! This time around we created a wedding chapel where guest got the full Vegas experience, complete with an Elvis impersonator overseeing the nuptials. The shenanigans didn’t stop there. Andrew W.K. showed up and performed the actual wedding ceremonies for a few devoted party people. If that wasn’t enough, T-pain played a set on the big stage to get the celebrations underway.
We spent another Halloween in San Diego with Dos XX at the Monster’s Bash where things seem to get stranger by the year. Sticking to the Dos XX Masquerade theme, we did a little cover up with some transparent graphics that added mystery to the mayhem. The costumes were good, but took the backseat to our Multiple Exposure Booth.
Whenever we get together with Perrier, we end up with some of the most elaborate sets and eclectic concepts. Continuing the Street Art by Perrier series, French artist, L'Atlas, took over Rockefeller Park. His massive installation of a labyrinth filled with 3,000 balloons became the inspiration for our GIF Booth. Paying respect to the labyrinth, our design and camouflage cloth made things even more interesting. In the end, guests got a square-format movie perfect for Instagramming!
We set up a GIF Booth in Tinseltown for a Netflix gathering that brought out everyone’s inner actor. The movie giant wanted a way for guests to express themselves so we had an animated activation on hand for a crowd that didn’t shy away from the spotlight.