Our scenography of the Zomerkantine in the Marktkantine – Amsterdam, summer of 2018.
Our biggest project ever!
At 26 meters wide and 20 meters high , this giant stylized hotel/mainstage was designed by our inhouse designers, and designed and constructed over the last few months.
For the kings night party at the shelter we divised a construction to pump out some industrial hardware lights!
Last Halloween, we didn’t only decorate the Marktkantine, but also the Damsko Halloween Thriller at Het Sierraad. And the two side stages, hidden all around this huge venue!
We made this special dynamic line artwork for Aeroplane’s performance at Cantina.
A few weeks ago we hosted and brought life to the Amsterdam Adnight at Merktroubadour. We also hosted a toilet rave in the back, in conjunction with the lovely Sinclair Sisters with a trippy rabbit as bouncer.
In collaboration with Gonzales Productions, we worked on Studio Daan Roosegaarde’s upcoming exposition at the Kattegattenmuseum, in Friesland, the Netherlands, we constructed a couple of benches, and a walkway made of wood. The exact purpose, or imagery, is as of this day still top secret, so shall be silent.
A Bizarre Friday, Every Friday.
Special shoutout to Bouw Meesters, and of course Red Light Radio. Thanks for having us back! View this post on Instagram Ready for the first batch of #Dekmantel17 recordings? Our good friends from @redlightradio have now uploaded all sets that were played at their online radio broadcast from Thursday until Sunday. Get ready to vibe! Thursday…
In collaboration with Hutspot we created this backdrop, reusable, and clever in transport and storage. A simple, cost effective locking system, makes for easy set up and break down. Here are some pictures we spotted it in on Instagram! View this post on Instagram ANNA NOOSHIN | Styled by Hutspot⚡️⠀ We took a trip to the…
Trying to get into a Drake concert for free!
Our gorgeous lady lights,
Ready to bring a sexy bright smile to any party!
For Lentekabinet we worked in collaboration with Bouwmeesters, and built a church and a kitchen, in which different acts where given. The kitchen went from being a kitchen to a homely hat making workshop, hosted by the wonderfully delightful Victor Engbers. And the church was host of a special cult, those of the school of “I believe…
For the Wicked Jazz Sounds Festival we where asked to paint a giant 80m2 of panels bright yellow for the main stage, and also they wanted us to make giant letters from compressed polystyrene. So Ryan Reddy got to work at building a cutting machine. After putting together some beautiful electronics thanks to Kees from Muco Amsterdam,…