With a show titled "Dig Your Roots," there's no getting around the need for a few trees. But with a year-long world tour to plan, music management company Big Loud Mountain and their clients, country band Florida Georgia Line, didn't have the option of using the real thing.
They needed a lightweight, portable alternative — and they had to look great, too. So they turned to Landmark for a forest of inflatable stage props, and the results have been spectacular.
Partners XXX and Seth England like to push the boundaries when designing a stage show, and this time it pays off. Not only do the trees add plenty of visual interest to the show, but they've even prompted concert goers to ask what they're really made of. We'd say that's quite a compliment to our designers!
Perhaps best of all though, these inflatable trees are both easy to set up and made to last. Because the band is working with a packed schedule that includes both domestic and international venues, durability was a critical consideration for Big Loud Mountain, and these stage props have definitely delivered.
Alternative rock band Grouplove is known for their unusual approach to...well, just about everything.
So, when they were noodling ideas for eye-popping stage props, they naturally settled on teeth.
The cover of indie-synth-psychedelic band MGMT's Little Dark Age album displays the face of a sad little clown. When the band was ready to launch their tour, they naturally wanted a stage prop resembling their creepy critter.
When your music tour keeps moving from city to city, you want stage scenery you can set up and take down quickly at every stop.
To meet that need, Life Is Art Studios, a Raleigh, NC-based production company, turned to Landmark Creations.