The eight creative minds call themselves projection artists, "Projection Mapping" is their art. They fiddle around in the creative house "Alte Schnapsfabrik" in Bremen's Neustadt. But often Urbanscreen are showing their art all over the world, whether in the USA, Spain, Lebanon or Kurdish Iraq.
Managing Director Majo Ussat tells us exactly how Urbanscreen work and with what meticulous work a video projection is created: "I'd like to project a pixel onto the moon!"
We have selected the ten most beautiful projections of the recent years:
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The Chinese designer Haoyu Li combines his German design degree with Chinese business acumen. Now he is opening a design office in Bremen, with the aim of making it easier for Chinese products to enter the German market, and to bring German brands to China.