Project Imagin8ion


Project Imagin8ion

Ron Howard worked with Canon to create Project Imagin8ion, a photography contest in which 8 photos were selected to set the stage for Ron Howard’s next production. The 8 winning photos inspired theme for the flim: setting, time, character, mood, relationship, goal, obstacle and the unknown.

Duggal produced all the graphics and coordinated the installation between New York and Austin/Houston, Texas. The first display was at The Long Center for Performing Arts in Austin, Texas and consisted of several panels of digital c-prints mounted to 1/2″ gatorboard and SAV (self adhesive vinyl) wrapped around columns. Duggal also constructed a 36 foot long skeleton wall site made of 1″ aluminum square tubing and wrapped it with the mounted digital c-prints. Duggal also wrapped two sets of 8 foot long tables with SAV and then topped the tables with black plexi. Everything was constructed in New York and then shipped to Austin for installation.

The 2nd display was set up at the Driskill Hotel in Austin, Texas and consisted of similar elements. Graphics and installation were provided by Duggal for Kamhi Kolor / Grey Advertising.

To watch the short film by Ron Howard, inspired by the 8 winning photos CLICK HERE