We'll tingle your senses and endulge you in immersive projects provided by our collaborating creatives.
BUREAU BÉATRICE is all about helping brands connect the dots between culture, people and emotion. Ideas first, technology follows and improves.
We create impossible realities. Venturing into unexplored territories of expression, re-inventing the immersive experience into the metaverse, blurring the lines between community building, gamification & retail.
- Mixed Reality
Frederik De Wilde is a conceptual (NFT)artist and web3 nightcrawler, working on the interstice of art, science and technology. The conceptual crux of De Wilde’s innovation driven artistic praxis are the notions of the inaudible, intangible and invisible; Frederik is fascinated by dark ecologies and invisible territories in digital and physical spaces; and pioneered the Blackest-Black Art (an innovative nano-engineered colour for a new industrial revolution exploring the nature of nothingness) in collaboration with Rice University and NASA.
Frederik currently works on a white paper on blockchain tech and NFTs in collaboration with Venly/UA/TWIID, and is a consultant/developer for companies in the WEB3/3DP space
A staple of Belgium’s prolific comics culture, Jeroom Snelders is arguably one of the Benelux’s most well-known comic artists. Lauded for his trademark humour and ability to poke fun at both historical and contemporary topics, Snelders has created his own distinct lane in the comics world. With the rise of NFTs, he has partnered with Venly and Catawiki for a one-time auction to sell his own original works, both in digital form (as NFTs) as physical.
Mutani is the first digital fashion startup in Belgium and aims to be the premier source for the most far out fashion in the cyberscene. Helping designers reach creative and financial emancipation through fashion digitisation.
Curating and match-making next-level designers with their aesthetic equal in digital development to produce digital fashion assets for wear in games and virtual worlds.
Esther JL Noben is partner & art director at Toykyo, a graphic design agency in Ghent. Toykyo’s designers share a passion for eye-catching visual designs that exude positivism and strong identity. Esther's artistic canvas is digital. With the computer as main medium, she looks for so-called digital errors ; beauty flaws that contain a powerful aesthetic. It results in animations, projections and colorful visuals where geometry, deformation and evolution go hand in hand.
Victor Verhelst will showcase his interactive installation which plays with the distortion and juxtaposition of 2D and 3D image planes. Printed matter forms his starting point, always working with the relationship of the materiality to the pre-made (digital) image.