Made this 3m bilingual info wall for Brussels Airport, just after flying in from Copenhagen last week.
Luckily we already had a whole passenger’s list (and crew) from our books, but this image had to contain a lot of information about the airport, in 2 languages, to be integrated ‘interactively’…
So we came up with these magnetic illustrated flying saucers of about 20cm diameter.
No surprise to me what the average passenger buys in Belgium,
but did you already know there are about 100000 bees at the airport? (haven’t seen’m yesterday)
The discs then had to be situated and stuck on the right spot in this multi-situational composition…
Not easy, but good clean fun for the whole family on a Saturday afternoon;-)
Way to go though for me @ the next edition: a bit further was Magritte’s big bird parked on the strip! – though I must admit I prefer Brussels Airlines’ Tintin submarine-plane – Anyway, here’s our own humble contribution a bit more into detail (with references & reverences to both old masters;-)):