What good is a selfie without a great background? JMP was asked by our friends at Dominic Phillips Event Marketing to help design and fabricate twelve super colorful acrylic displays for the recent J-Pop Summit at Fort Mason Center in San Francisco. The J-POP SUMMIT, a Japanese cultural festival held every summer since 2009 in San Francisco, introduces the latest in Japanese music, fashion, film, art, games, tech-innovations, anime, food, as well as niche subcultures!
In addition to the acrylic displays, JMP assisted IDEO with the rigging of their interactive Beach Ball Synth – an engaging installation that brings people together through music-making. We were thrilled to work with a team of designers from global design firm IDEO, and excited to use a grid made from ModTruss that allowed the team from IDEO the flexibility to easily raise and lower the giant air filled balls for ideal positioning in the air.