The last time we brought attention to our client Musion was in May when it was still reeling from the impact of holographic Tupac and its Design Museum Dita Von Teese installation. Since then the company’s continued to capture the public’s imagination and make waves in the press.
Recently it took centre stage at Best of Britannia, a three day event celebrating the very best in British music, art, culture, design and manufacturing.
The event had a special Best of Stage that showcased the very best in upcoming UK musical talent, including headliner Paloma Faith. The show ran at London’s Farmiloe Building and was a huge success.
We think James Rock, Director of Musion, sums it up best when he said, “Holographic projection lets audiences enjoy an intimate, unique show every time. We believe this is the perfect way to introduce the future of British music to the public.”