The Grove in Los Angeles is one of the many shopping centers whose seasonal displays are designed by Venue Arts. Have you ever wondered how our ideas go from conception to the creation and then finally, completion? Here's a look at the changing seasons at The Grove, including photos from different
By Dorothy Creamer, Editor-in-Chief of Selling Christmas Decorations Bigger is definitely better when it comes to impressive commercial displays. However, retailers and corporations should realize that simply putting up a massive toy soldier outside an establishment is not necessarily going to provide the desired results. Combining artistry with large scale is the real
An air of magic by Eastman Innovation Lab Imagine you wanted to create a colorfully rich butterfly habitat that is big enough to walk through. It would have magical elements that give it an air of fantasy and play to your imagination. What would this “must-see” habitat look like? Dallas-based Venue Arts’
Venue Arts's latest project is the "Water-Sky Aquarium" in the Grande Praça of the MGM MACAU. The 8-meter tall cylindrical aquarium is regarded as the soul of Water Aurora, and is equipped with LED lights designed to change colors, simulating the water aurora. Filled with aquatic life, the circular design of
Venue Arts recently completed the Chinese New Year display at the MGM Macau. As a part of the display, red and silver kinetic twist sculptures and bundles of 4-ft long red and gold fireworks suspend from the ceiling of The Grande Praca. Since 2013 is the 'Year of the Snake,'