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Four Seasons Total Landscaping. Furries are the Highest Form of Human Culture. Among all the chaotic happenings of last week’s election, one particular incident might take the cake. Though not actually “confirmed” (obviously due to embarrassment), Trump held a post-election press conference last week at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, a small and unspectacular local landscaping business in Philly rather than the famous luxury hotel by the same name, likely due to a booking mistake from his team. The super-memeable happening has been immortalized in VR Chat as a new spot for users to hang out in…which is nothing particularly notable except for how it has quickly become a gathering spot for online VR furries. Check out the desecration of Trump’s bootleg “Four Season’s” press conference, here.

ALEXANDER WANG x ADIDAS

S6: The Last Hack

Creative Direction / Experiential / Digital

  • CTF Game Design: Bureau Cool
  • Soundtrack: Danny L. Harle
  • Lighting: Nitemind
  • Motion Design: Erik Carter
  • Host: Ilana Glazer
  • Agency: Johannes Leonardo
  • Venue: Brooklyn Museum

The aOxAW show was inspired by DEF CON in which we built an entire hacker game show hosted by Ilana Glazer based on CTF competitions where 4 teams of hackers compete in code challenges ranging from crypto to forensics. Teams who earn 1000 points open up two rooms where guests assigned to the winning team get 15 seconds to grab deadstock to take home.

We designed the show like a theme park where each moment was an interactive piece of storytelling. Guests entered the Brooklyn Museum via the cargo entrance and freight elevator with onboarding sound design by Danny L. Harle, entering the Arena which we carved out of the main atrium surrounded by Rodin’s and Picasso’s.

The CTF game involved 13 cameras and 8 computer streams where Bureau Cool visualized live code to look like an esports event on 4 projectors & 2 LED walls. 2 additional projectors were used to create code holograms on the S6 product displays.

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