Relative Space Attends Interior Design Show 2018 in Toronto

Gotham PR client, Relative Space, will attend the 2018 Interior Design Show, taking place January 18th-21st  in Toronto.

Explore 2018’s most innovative international and Canadian design. With three full days of inspirational exhibits, influential speakers & leading products, IDS is not just a fair — it’s a total design experience.

Shaping the industry for the year to come, Relative Space is thrilled to announce their featured collection: Open Frameworks by Hadi Teherani.

Including a bonus Q&A with Hadi Teherani, the exhibit is not to be missed.

For more information on attending IDS, see here.

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Digital Holiday Trends: Exploring Current Approaches to Retail

As digital platforms and social media are now more relevant than ever, it would seem rather obvious that with the impending holiday season comes a massive opportunity for these retailers.

From shoppable Instagram posts to influencer marketing campaigns to eye catching sharable content, the digital space is one of the most exciting places to be right now says Gotham PR.

Read the full article via Agility PR, here.

Gotham PR Announces Exciting New Client

Gotham PR is pleased to announce new project work with VxV, a dynamic duo based in Vienna, Austria, expanding to the US in 2018.

Sophisticated and sleek media headquarters around the globe are this multimedia studio’s specialty, with newly built work in multiple countries, this is a firm to watch.

“The World’s Biggest Selfie Machine Looks Like A Blast” – As We Are by Matthew Mohr

As We Are,’ the avant-garde creation from Matthew Mohr has garnered quite a bit of attention. Gotham PR is pleased to support the interactive experience.

This 14-foot, three-dimensional head is an interactive sculpture. Covered in 300 LED panels and 850,000 LED lights, the piece projects the head of passerby’s via a photo booth in the back to the audience. This video shows a glimpse into the experience viewer’s are seeing.

As quoted in Fast Co Design, “The sculpture addresses the relationship between self and representation of self, asking the subject of the portrait to reconsider presence through magnification,” writes Mohr. “It is intended to provide amusement and evoke larger discussions around the phenomena of social media, diversity, and the power dynamic of public art.”

Read the full article, here.

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