We were approached by record label, Future Classic, to create a visual icon for their then up and coming artist, Flume.
This was to accompany him on stage and become a symbol that would be immediately recognisable as being Flume.
The idea for the Infinity Prism was born. An interactive light installation that sits infront of Flume while he performs. Created with 6 handmade LED screen and 2 mirrors, the installation is driven entirely by Flume’s performance. Toby and Pete, designed, built, and programmed the prism from start to finish.
In 2013, Flume embarked on his solo tour, to add to the Infinity Prism, we then created close to 2 hours of visuals to accompany him and the prism on stage. Our core team of 6 directors produced a diverse range of work spanning everything from live action, motion graphics, CGI animation and generative animations. This work toured with Flume through his sold out Australian tour at venues such as the Horden Pavilion in Sydney, Festival Hall in Melbourne and Riverstage in Brisbane. It was then taken thought sell out shows in the UK and Europe and later through the US.
Flume was awarded “Best Live Act” for this show in the 2013 inthemix Awards.