and the oscar goes to…

Ontem à noite assisti ao Oscar e assim como a maioria do público, fiquei encantada com o cenário proposto no palco do Dolby Theatre. Um mar de luzes pendentes, vindas do teto e também do chão foram o grande destaque (MARAVILHOSO, um efeito lindíssimo…), coroado ainda por um arco de “mini estatuetas”. Fiquei curiosa para saber mais sobre o designer deste projeto e descobri um ótimo portfólio em cenários de peças e musicais. O responsável é Derek McLane, britânico que atualmente trabalha em Nova York e já ganhou diversos prêmios por seus cenários maravilhosos. Separei alguns dos trabalhos deles que mais gostei, mas o palco do Oscar é ainda o meu preferido, pura poesia em iluminação!

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Last night I saw the Oscar and I really liked (as most of the public), the scenario proposed onstage at the Dolby Theatre. A sea of ​​ pendants lights, coming from the ceiling and also from the floor were the highlight (WONDERFUL, a beautiful effect …), completed by an arch of “mini statuettes.” I was curious to know more about the designer of this project and I found out a great portfolio in plays and musicals scenarios. Led by Derek McLane, a british who currently works in New York and has won numerous awards for his wonderful work. I set aside some of his works that I liked, but the Oscar stage is still my favorite, pure poetry in lighting!

*projeto: derek mclane_fotos: derek mclane e google

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