Live glue artist M Ravaird creates pieces by first painting clear glue on canvas, then revealing the design by throwing glitter powder atop the adhesive. Based in France, Raivard can travel internationally. Presentations start from USD$4,500; travel fees are not included.
Photo: Eric van Nieuwland
French artist A Fourneau practices water light graffiti, a process that involves using a damp sponge brush to draw on an installation made from thousands of small LED lights that light up when touched by water. Fourneau’s interactive performances are customizable, allowing audience members to try their hand at the art form. Having performed for brands including Grohe and the Syfy channel, Fourneau is available for travel; pricing is available on request.
Photo: Filip Wolak Photography
Toronto-based street painter DJohnston uses chalk to make realistic trompe l’oeil images at live events for brands such as 20th Century Fox, Canon, and Loblaws. He creates the seemingly 3-D scenes and objects on flat surfaces such as cement or canvas. Johnston is available for travel throughout the United States and Canada; pricing is available on request.
Photo: Courtesy of David Johnston
An exciting new way to entertain your guests has come to Malaysia: Sand Art – The Evolving Canvas. Your guests will be amazed as they experience the skilful and breathtaking creativity of art on a canvas, projected onto a large screen, the scenes continually transforming before their eyes.
The visual artist uses the medium of sand to create shapes and landscapes upon a canvas, continually changing the scene he sets. With the sweep of a hand, or the addition of more sand, a new scene is created. Set to music, from Beethoven to Vivaldi, Hendrix to Miles Davis, as the music swells and the mood evolves, guests will be taken on a visual journey.