Hanukkah Video Mapping - Bialik st. Tel Aviv
Only a month before Hanukkah, the video mapping experience was created. This project was the main attraction of the "Moreshet Week Festival" - a festival celebrating legacy monuments in the Jewish culture. The visual concept in this project are related to the story of the Jewish Menorah.
The Menorah is described in the Bible as the seven-lamp (six branches) ancient Hebrew lampstand made of pure gold and used in the portable sanctuary set up by Moses in the wilderness and 300 years later in the Temple in Jerusalem.
During the days of the Hannukah holiday, the video mapping was projected on five buildings on Bialik St. in Tel Aviv, this projection created a breathtaking panoramic technological experience for the viewer.
Visual effects & design by Yashinski studio.
Creative Director ; Project Manager