That’s Interesting – August 2022

Welcome to August’s That’s Interesting. Up until now this has been an html email, but lots of people tell us their firewalls block it – so it’s back to good old text. If it isn’t for you, click unsubscribe and we’ll remove you. This month’s stories from the frontline of event design include: a brilliant live art format, ways to create more inclusive experiences and inspiration for summer things to go to.

Most Interesting

(2 min read)

Inspiring story unpacked by the team behind it at Not Impossible Labs

JUST PLAIN INTERESTING

(20 min Watch)

Jez and Sandy from National Grid co-presented at the ICE conference, sharing an event that tackled the challenge of reaching as broad an audience as possible.

(1 min Watch)

Great example of how this technology will add new layers to experiential design. And here is AR already in use on Broadway to enhance people’s show experience (although open to debate if people really want this).
Beautiful light-filled brick and iron venue in south London.

(3 min Read)

Fabulous live experience format that turns painting into a tournament, the audience deciding the winner.

(4 min Read)

We’re big fans of designing walking meetings into events. This post from Steven Johnson unpacks why it’s so effective.

(1 min Explore)

Floral set design.

Wake the Tiger

The world’s first ‘Amazement Park’

Jurassic World

Face-to-face with life-sized dinosaurs

Dare to Dream

185 years of Tiffany & Co

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