Olympic Ceremonies

did you see the opening and closing ceremonies at the Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing?

Beautiful weren’t they . . . Why yes, yes they were . . .

As a Designer I appreciated how the director of the ceremonies used color, his combinations were fantastic, the forms shapes and transitions from one color to another were outstanding.

I thought it was very inspiring, the creative artistry at work was really something. To be able to use color transition like that reminds me of the way Jekyl used color in her long perennial beds. Great stuff.

Oh, another, Roberto Burle Marx, the designer from Brazil and his color techniques in his fabulous tropical gardens.

I do feel sorry for one person . . . the director of the opening/closing ceremonies in London in 2012.

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One response to “Olympic Ceremonies

  1. ASIA EXPRESS:
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