Celebrate Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort Countdown to Opening with Street Art 3D Style

Celebrating the opening countdown of Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort through Street Art 3D at Beachwalk Bali from 23 November 2012. Sponsored by Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort and Beachwalk Bali, Aerosoul Indonesia with asie.one, a group of creative talents in urban arts will present their work at the Sahid Kuta Lifestyle Resort to mark the officiation of the entire complex and setting the new official downtown of Bali.

Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort will introduces 203 guest rooms and suites with breathtaking panoramic Indian Ocean view from its elevated position, consisting of over 1,600 square meters of meeting space, two signature restaurants and Sheraton lifestyle brand concept – Sheraton Sweet Sleeper® Bed, [email protected]® experienced with Microsoft®, Sheraton Fitness by Core Performance™, Color Your Plate™ and Shine Spa for Sheraton.

"2012 has been an exciting year for the Sheraton brand – a mark of 75 years of the brand anniversary and exciting expansion such as Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central, as well as Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort. We wanted to celebrate this occasion not with just any party, but rather to share it with the public and Aerosoul Indonesia with asie.one has helped us to realize this dream. We hope to inspire people to "join in" our pool before the resort’s opening and creating a buzz of what we are all about at heart, as we believe life is better when shared.", said Dario Orsini, General Manager of Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort.

Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort and Aerosoul Indonesia with asie.one by Olli Frankel, a German born graffiti artist who led this painting project, will start to showcase the 3D art of the resort’s free form pool that will be displayed at Beachwalk main gate. The 3D art took them 80 hours to complete, where every curving line and angle has been well designed specifically to capture travelers’ camera’s attention as well as the buzz in social media. The 350x550cm-sized Street Art 3D of the resort’s pool will invite travelers and shoppers to stop by, taking snapshots in different poses. The exhibit will mark the first of many to come, with different cities currently in planning.

Specialized in creating mural paintings and all other creative forms of street art, Aerosoul Indonesia as well as asie.one is founded by Olli Frankel, a graduate of McVision School in Graphic Design, who live in a nomadic lifestyle combined with his love for surfing took him away from his home country of Germany to adventures across the world. Then several years ago, he stumbled upon Indonesia during his travels. The vast cultural similarities and divides between the islands of the country truly inspired him to venture deeper into his love of the world of art, and to share his style of artwork with communities. Some of their renowned art had been displayed in many events throughout Asia. Instances of the work can be seen on clothing, paintings, prints and other mediums.

Describing the project he led with a team of three, Olli says, "My drawings converse from the team’s collaboration, impact and playfulness through various perspectives. Vision, perspective and color as real as you can believe are essential to my work – as it will inspire people to take actions and share it with their friends on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. I believe Sheraton and our work has something in common, we wanted to create something so beautiful and we wanted people to act on it."

Source = Sheraton Hotels & Resorts
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