Zephyr, Pink Apocalypse
Artist Neil Campbell has unveiled his new iteration of the Vancouver public art installation ‘Pink Apocalypse.’ Located at 1661 Davie Street, the artwork illuminates the building façade, adding vibrancy to the streetscape and the surrounding neighborhood. The installation, commissioned by Westbank and Crombie REIT, features a random sequence of the artist’s previous piece, Zephyr, or Pink Apocalypse each day, creating an ever-changing experience for viewers. With its colourful and rhythmic display, Pink Apocalypse celebrates the character of the area, lighting up the building at sunset and dimming by 11 p.m.
CDm2 LIGHTWORKS is proud to partner with the Pink Apocalypse project team to bring the artist’s vision to life. Lighting innovation has helped transform this building’s façade into a canvas of creativity, mesmerizing passersby and illuminating the streetscape.
Jonathan Evans, Courtesy of Westbank
Westbank / Crombie REIT
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