ART IS THE VISUAL identification for a film, event, or place.
"California Dreamin" was created for the Greater Los Angeles AutoShow's Millenium exhibition in 2000. It was displayed at the Los Angeles Convention Center and used on all design materials during the event, then moved to the lobby of their corporate offices in West Los Angeles.
"Flamingos in Paradise" was created for The Mistral Room of the Loews Anatole Hotel in Dallas, Texas. It is made up of eight 11-ft. x 3-ft. plexiglass panels with animating neon tubes arranged in an octagon steel structure over the dance floor of the restaurant/club.
The neon tubes form abstract patterns for six of the eight circuts, then become flamingos and flowers when circuits seven and eight are activated by the club's deejay.