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Set design for performance "Hairdresser" (Parikmakhersha), Practice theatre, Moscow

Pop-up set design on Behance Set design for performance "Hairdresser" (Parikmakhersha), Practice theatre, Moscow Photo by/ Polina Bakhtina

Pop-up set design on Behance Set design for performance "Hairdresser" (Parikmakhersha), Practice theatre, Moscow Photo by/ Polina Bakhtina

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'Tunnel is the very first exhibition at the Old Vic Tunnels, Waterloo London, by Punchdrunk. This is a walk through forest made of paper, It was made to create a momentary experiences for the audience. - Inspiration for 2015 HALLOWEEN party

"The Wild Party" College Conservatory of Music (CCM) Scenic Design: Mark Halpin Director: Aubrey Berg Lighting Design: Steve Mack

"Te Wild Party" College Conservatory of Music (CCM) Scenic Design: Mark Halpin Director: Aubrey Berg Lighting Design: Steve Mack

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Su Blackwell is an artist who explores sculpture and the narrative of fairy tale through book cut art. The pieces are beautiful and transform the book into a captivating 'set design'.

German photographer Carolin Wanitzek's Die Grenze (The Border) project explores the intersection of dreams and reality. To see more of Wanitzek's work, go

The Border Between Dreams and Reality

I'd like to make little Christmas trees out of paper cones like these. Paper dreamworld by Carolin Wanitzek

scenic design - Căutare Google love the trees and lighting-- may work for battle scene of Hapenny Magick

This is main lighting color of this play. Since we make it a traditional style, I choose this soft and white color to be the basic light of the play.

guys and dolls set - Google Search

Guys and Dolls set - Sketch ideas

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Future Tedx theme: daydreamers and night thinkers

#Setinthestreet is an ongoing art project by photographer Justin Bettman. Bettman collects unwanted furniture and create elaborate home sets with Wes Anderson–inspired aesthetic on random streets in New York.

An artist creates Wes Anderson-worthy sets on unsuspecting streets

is an ongoing art project by photographer Justin Bettman. Bettman collects unwanted furniture and create elaborate home sets with Wes Anderson–inspired aesthetic on random streets in New York. Have class do this for a publicity project

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