The streets of Park City fill with visitors each year for the legendary film festival.
In the heart of town, right on Main Street, we transformed a little three story boutique into a wonderland of movie history.
Pedestrians on the street were drawn in by the spectacle of our photo booth, visible through the front window.
Inside one incarnation of the the photo booth installation, we created an imaginary landscape with a Blair Witch Project (1999) theme.
David, Jenn, and Dennis from our team mug it up for a photo booth shot in the “Blair Witch” tent!
Celebrating Dogtown and Z-boys (2001), another photo booth installation put visitors “skateboarding” on the Santa Monica beach.
Dennis hits the ramp sporting a Tony Alva wig!
On the third floor, we created a gallery of memorabilia. In one section devoted to the Motorcycle Diaries (2004), we installed a restored 1937 Norton 500 motorcycle, the same model used in the making of the film.
A Bones Brigade Reunion! Skateboarding legends Stacy Peralta, Rodney Mullen, and Tommy Guerrero catch up over a glass of wine in our Dogtown themed area.
In the same room, we also created an installation of Napoleon Dynamite (2004) memorabilia.
We even installed the Napoleon Dynamite “time machine” prop used in the film, on loan from Sony Studios!
On the second floor, we created a Window to Paris (1994) themed lounge, with cafe chairs and tables.
Also on the second floor, we created a Western themed lounge inspired by the modern western design of Buck (2011).
On the far wall of the “Buck” Lounge, we installed some antique rifles. (Non-functioning props, of course!)
On the third floor, we created an environment for visiting press crews with a small step-and-repeat background, and blogging stations.
VIPs received bags of thank you gifts, including branded aviator hats with earflaps, blankets, and scarves good for the winter weather!
Upstairs, we created a Chase Sapphire branded charging station where visitors could recharge their laptops and phones.