'The Art Peace' Makes Its Worldwide Debut at The Temple House in Miami Beach
Artists Daniel Davidson and Ariel Glassman release their latest creation: a 50-foot peace sign visible from space
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., December 4, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Artists Daniel Davidson and Ariel Glassman announced today the launch of “The Art Peace,” a nearly 50-foot diameter peace symbol that sits atop The Temple House, an internationally recognized private event space in the heart of South Beach.
The Art Peace was inspired by a recent shift in political and cultural norms that underscore the urgent need for global unity and peace in a time of heightened global tensions. Art is the universal language of humans and a powerful tool for inter-cultural communication, capable of unifying people for a common good.
The launch of The Art Peace was timed to coincide with the more than 14 prominent art fairs occurring during the first week of December in Miami and Miami Beach. The fairs are expected to draw over 100,000 international visitors, thousands of artists and hundreds of gallerists generating a multi-billion dollar economic impact for the Miami/Miami Beach area.
The Art Peace is quickly becoming one of the most recognizable South Beach landmarks among pilots, air travelers and aerial photographers alike.
The color pink was chosen by the artists as the main color for The Art Peace. Pink is the color most often associated with charm, politeness, sensitivity, tenderness, sweetness, childhood, femininity and the romantic (Wikipedia) and is used frequently to adorn the many Art Deco buildings that have helped make Miami Beach one of the most visited cities in the world.
Visible from space, planes and drones, The Art Peace reflects light with an approximate wavelength of 501.66 nanometers. The unique pink color has a hexadecimal color code #b54d7f and in the RGB color model, #b54d7f is comprised of 70.98 percent red, 30.2 percent green and 49.8 percent blue. In the HSL color space, The Art Peace pink has a hue of 331° (degrees), 41 percent saturation and 51 percent lightness.
The peace sign was originally designed by British artist Gerald Holtom in 1958 as the logo for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Photographers, drone enthusiasts and viewers from airplanes are already submitting their photos of The Art Peace to The Temple House. Winning photos will be chosen for publication on The Temple House website. Content submissions should be sent to Dan@TheTempleHouse.com and tagged #TheArtPeace.
World-recognized award-winning photographer Jarmo Pohjaniemi states, "The Art Peace is quickly becoming one of the most recognizable South Beach landmarks among pilots, passengers and aerial photographers alike."
About The Temple House:
The Temple House is one of the premier private event venues in the United States. Located in the heart of South Beach, The Temple House has served a pivotal role in private events and productions for Fortune 500 corporations and celebrities alike and has been seen in countless films, photo and video productions. Seen over two billion times in the media, The Temple House has hosted many celebrities for private events. Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Nikki Minaj, Dwayne Wade, One Direction, Enrique Iglesias, Jay Z, Vice President Al Gore, Andy Cohen, P. Diddy, Marc Anthony, Donna Karan, Puma, Jet Smarter, FOX, Telemundo, Rolls-Royce, Porsche, Major League Baseball, RBC, Modern Luxury, Prince Royce, Nicky Jam, Tesla, Warner Bros, Sprint, Asics, Microsoft, Intel, Ritz-Carlton, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Nike, Juanes and Shakira are just some of the iconic brands that have hosted private events at The Temple House. For more information, visit www.TheTempleHouse.com.
About the Artists:
Artists Daniel Davidson and Ariel Glassman both reside in Miami Beach and are celebrating their eighth year together.
Source: The Temple House
Categories: Arts and Entertainment