100 Creek St : “Coral”

“CORAL” as Digital Placemaking Identity for ISPT’s 100 Creek Street encapsulates the jaw-dropping beauty of the Great Barrier Reef and brings it to the heart of Brisbane CBD. If there is heaven on earth, VANDAL is proud to have brought it to 100 Creek Street.

 

▼ 100 CREEK St, BRISBANE


If there is heaven on earth, VANDAL is proud to have brought it to 100 Creek Street.

“CORAL” as Digital Placemaking Identity for ISPT’s 100 Creek Street encapsulates the jaw-dropping beauty of the Great Barrier Reef and brings it to the heart of Brisbane CBD.

In addition to VANDAL’s digital art, visual and audio identity, we commissioned world-renowned cinematographer Chris Miller to capture stunning underwater sequences off the shores of Lady Elliot Island. Further cinematographic beauty by Dustin and Tyra Adamson provides mind-blowing close-up details of deep sea creatures like never seen before. 

In addition to VANDAL’s digital art, visual and audio identity, 100 Creek St now boasts a scentsory experience as well. Titled “Blue Salt”, the scent is a perfect match to the crystal clear, CORAL sequences exhibited through vision and sound. 

One of the 7 Natural Wonders of the World, the Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system. Coral bleaching has affected over 50% of the reef resulting in a 50% mortality rate of bleached corals.

VANDAL is honoured to have been given the opportunity to transform the lobby at 100 Creek Street into one of the Natural Wonders of the World. Now incorporating an incredibly scent identity, 

Together lets protect and conserve this slice of heaven, that we have here on earth.

▼ VANDAL


DIGITAL ART, DIGITAL PLACEMAKING

  • CD: Emile Rademeyer
  • CD: Richard Swan
  • Technical Dir: Stephen Dunn
  • EP: Anna Greensmith
  • Senior Arist: Darrin Hanley
  • Senior Arist: Robert Dinnerville
  • Colourist: Daniel Pardy
  • Audio/Sound Design: Nigel Crowley
  • Cinematographer: Mariah Dunn

▼ ISPT


  • Development Manager: Nic Spencer
  • Property Investment: Malcolm Kemp
Tags: Digital Art, Digital Placemaking