The essence of SF Fantasy and games!
Conceptual Design Exhibition is coming to Incheon’s Tomorrow City!
– Location: 1st floor lobby, Incheon Tomorrow City Vision building
– Dates: August 28th ~ September 1st , 2019
– Exhibition Works
- Finalists for the Incheon International Conceptual Design Competition
- Conceptual Designs to the final from 『Good Hunting』 of Netflix’s 『Love, Death + Robots』
- Personal works from the current Designers of Weta Workshop
Finalists for the Incheon International Conceptual Design Competition
The brief announced by Sir Richard Taylor for this year’s Incheon International Conceptual Design Competition is stated below.
“Imagine a time in the future where select members of the earth’s population have had to board massive interplanetary space ships and headed off into the unknown in pursuit of a new life. These spaceships discover a habitable planet upon which lives a benign and sentient life form that co-populate a new frontier community built between humans and aliens. What do people and aliens wear, use, travel on and see in this new world.”
20 Conceptual Design works with the above brief will be selected and be displayed. The finalists will be 10 Korea’s Top Conceptual arts and 10 of New Zealand’s. Won’t you join us in finding out what their imaginations have to offer?
Conceptual Designs to the final from 『Good Hunting』 of Netflix’s 『Love, Death + Robots』
Do you know that the 2019’s new Netflix series 『Love, Death + Robots』?
And did you know that one of the animation company produced an episode is a Korean animation company?
It’s 『Good Hunting』.
The good hunting is one of the prominent episodes of Netflix’s Love, Death and Robots, a violent yet beautiful, East Meets West style animation with a dab of Steampunk. The original is a short story with the same title from the novel 『The Paper Menagerie and Other Stories』 written by Ken Liu, the world’s first writer to win Hugo, Nebula and the World Fantasy Award. The episode is animated by a Korean animation production company, Red Dog Culture House, who was responsible for the original conceptual designs to final images. You can see the process of the development at this exhibition.
Works of Weta Workshop’s current designers
These are the people who can show you the world that doesn’t exist.
Weta Workshop’s designers are the creators of the fantastical worlds of <Lord of Rings> and the <Hobbits>, <Avatar>, <Mad Max>, <King Kong>, <District 9>, <Alita: Battle Angel>, <The Wandering Earth> and much more.
It’s your chance to meet the creative works of the world-famous designers.
From August 28th, for five days, works of Weta Workshop’s Current designers will be on display at Tomorrow City, Incheon.
Keep your spirits up after the 5 short days of Weta Academy!