CASTLE TOWERS- SUPER SENSED

Tags: Design, Digital Art, Digital Placemaking, Motion Graphics

 

VANDAL is honoured to have been commissioned to create digital art centerpieces as part of the new $180 million re-development of QIC Castle Towers. 

‘SUPER SENSED’ is a series of digital artworks that will welcome up to 18 million visitors a year to the new Castle Towers retail precinct. Part of a $1 billion masterplan in the heart of The Hills, it has seen the retail destination being directly connected to the Metro North West Line by a purpose-built pedestrian tunnel.

Three enormous digital canvas screens act as digital placemaking centerpieces. The canvas outside Stanton Cafe is a soft, generative art, dreamy scene. The soft, organic shapes come together, squashing, morphing and wrapping around each other to create a soft, digital sculpture. The canvas in the Metro tunnel connects Castle Towers to the new Metro train station via colourful splashes mixing together to create a dynamic, sensory experience.

▼ QIC


  • Katherine Knott: National Integration Solutions & Strategy Manager, Brand iQ
  • Dennis Michael: Head of Commercial, Brand iQ & New Business
  • Ivana Miletic: Head of Project Marketing
  • Dean Walley: Head of Design, QIC

▼ VANDAL


  • Executive Creative Strategy Director: Emile Rademeyer
  • Creative Director: Oz Dean
  • Executive Producer: Cyril De Baecque / MC Wirstrom
  • Lead Motion Graphics: Pete Nizic
  • 3D Artist: Gabor Prucsi
  • Photography & Editing: Mariah Dunn
  • Colourist: Daniel Pardy
  • Flame Artist: Phil-Stuart Jones