Asia Tour 2009 / 2010
Hong Kong 2015
Hong Kong Science Museum, 2017
Hong Kong, 2013
Hong Kong, 2014
TRANSFORMING PLACES, PEOPLE AND PERCEPTIONS
Globe Creative specialise in transformative experiences, exhibitions and strategies from idea to execution. For over 20 years, the team have been bringing together art, culture, enterprise, entertainment and education through marketing, communications, touring exhibitions and special event projects that have shaped places, people and perceptions.
HOW WE COLLABORATE
A HOLISTIC APPROACH - THE PROCESS
We act as lead consultant and executive producer, creating bespoke teams for each project. We brief, manage and creatively direct content developers, writers, graphic, lighting, sound and software designers, hardware, structural and services engineers, as well as artists, film makers and other specialists as necessary. We take care of production and installation and lead on pr and marketing initiatives.
We’re a strong advocate for collaboration and we’re known for connecting people. We even connect clients to other clients.
For every project we undertake, we create an education component. For this we collaborate with educators, schools and universities.
INSPIRATION – DREAMS COME TRUE
On 28 August 2016, the first Hong Kong registered homebuilt aircraft named B-KOO “Inspiration” successfully took off from Hong Kong to start a 3-month Round the World journey. It carried the spirit of Hong Kong and travelled across 20 countries and landed at 40 airports, with a total flying distance of approximately 50,000 kilometres.
The exhibition displayed the B-KOO “Inspiration” aircraft, tools used to build the aircraft, aircraft parts, flight instruments, flight logbooks, avionics equipment, emergency survival kit and so forth. The science behind flying and the journey of “Inspiration” was introduced through graphic panels, interactive game and video programmes.Read More
ROARING GUARDIANS AT ASIA SOCIETY
Lions have been a symbol of courage, majesty and protection across centuries and regions. This exhibition explores the religious, imperial and vernacular significance of the lion symbol by presenting the remarkable Mari-Cha Lion, on public view in Hong Kong for the first time, alongside a selection of Asian objects from the Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd Collection, local museums and other private collections.
Globe Creative made a series of 3 informative and behind-the-scenes videos to be used online and in the exhibition.Read More
For National Geographic we developed an on-ground activation to mark the launch of their docudrama mini-series about the first human expedition to Mars. The MARS Exhibition explores the possibility of Mars exploration by humans and brings you a breathtaking experience of the Mars voyage through video footage and virtual reality programmes. The exhibition was divided…Read More
MIFFY AND THE OCEAN
Designed especially for young people, Miffy and the Ocean tackles the issue of ocean health and sustainability. Visitors are taken on a journey through the mangroves and seagrasses to the corals and ocean reefs, in a series of interactive games, fun activity walls, scientific experiments, films and photo opportunities.
The lovely and credible Miffy character takes the visitor by the hand and tells about her love for beach and ocean.Read More
ETERNAL LIFE – EXPLORING ANCIENT EGYPT
Working with the Hong Kong Science Museum and the British Museum, we developed a number of multimedia productions to be featured alongside the fantastic traveling mummy exhibition from the British Museum.Read More
ASIA SOCIETY UNESCO SUBMISSION
Globe Creative worked on the content, design and printing of the entry in the 2016 UNESCO Cultural Heritage Conservation Awards. The 200-page book documents Hong Kong’s 165-year-old explosives magazine compound’s retrieval from ruin, its detailed site exploration works, the conservation of its old granite and timber buildings and the melding of sleek new architectural forms into a steeply-wooded, defiantly low-rise centre for culture and the arts.Read More
T-Rex Revealed: The Augmented Reality Experience
The world’s first ‘invisible’ dinosaur exhibition－no bones, no fossils－a pure immersive Augmented Reality (AR) experience as we debunk myths and reveal what is actually known about the most famous carnivorous dinosaur, T-Rex.Read More
MADE IN HONG KONG – OUR CITY OUR STORIES
A unique telling of Hong Kong’s story through the voices and experiences of the city’s diverse and vibrant community across generations, the highly-immersive and interactive exhibition comprises 3 main galleries and takes visitors on a journey of Hong Kong over 150 years.Read More
LYUBA BABY MAMMOTH OF THE ICE AGE
Lyuba, the world’s most well preserved baby mammoth made her Asian debut at the ifc mall and the Hong Kong Science Museum. The near perfect 1-month-old baby, attracted unprecedented crowds – some 400,000 visitors in 1 month – in an exhibition about her lost world, extinction and climate change.Read More
FROM CHINA TO ARABIA: ANCIENT TREASURE SHIPS
The Exhibition traces early China/Arabia trade, the end of the Zheng He Armada voyages and the rise of Persia, Turkey and the Europeans in the blue-and-white trade, with superb examples of Chinese export wares. The exhibition coincided with the Sultan of Oman’s anniversary celebrations.Read More
SCULPTURE IN MOVEMENT
Louvre’s first exhibition in China in the Wintergarden of the World Financial Center (WFC) in Beijing, 2010. Reproductions of classic sculptures were teamed with Sui Jianguo’s iconic contemporary sculptures in an exhibition with Braille paths and captions, which sight-impaired visitors could also enjoy.Read More
BIG BLUE: A JOURNEY WITH THE WORLD’S LARGEST ANIMAL
The largest animal on the planet, Blue Whales are on the verge of extinction. This exhibition is inspired by a group of dedicated National Geographic scientists who spent years tracking a pod of Blue Whales from the coast of California to remote coastal waters off Costa Rica, for a rare sighting of a baby whale. The exhibition featured a 9 metre (30 feet) baby blue whale.Read More
PICASSO: ON LOAN FROM THE CENTRE POMPIDOU, PARIS
The 10m high x 16m wide Picasso masterpiece ‘Parade’ drew huge crowds to the International Finance Centre (ifc) mall in Hong Kong 2004. Jacques Chirac, President of France, opened the exhibition in the mall, darkened to simulate museum conditions.Read More
TEMPLE, SCROLLS, AND DIVINE MESSENGERS: ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE LAND OF ISRAEL IN ROMAN TIMES
Two of the world’s greatest archeological finds ‘The Gabriel Revelation Stone’ often called the Stone Scroll, and a replica of the “Scroll of Isaiah”, the only almost complete version of any biblical book among the Dead Sea Scrolls, went on display in Hong Kong and China for the first time at the Asia Society Gallery.Read More
XU BING – IT BEGINS WITH MATAMORPHSIS
Curated by Yeewan Koon, this is Xu Bing’s first major solo exhibition in Hong Kong featuring some of the latest works. It highlights how metamorphosis marks the beginnings of the process of ideas and methods, and provides a focused look at Xu Bing’s art. Xu Bing is known for his printmaking, calligraphy and installations using unexpected materials.Read More
LIGHT AND SHADOWS: CARAVAGGIO－THE ITALIAN BAROQUE MASTER
Pre-publicity for the Asia Society Hong Kong Center’s exhibition of the 1605 Caravaggio painting ‘Supper at Emmaus’; was centered on the nearby Pacific Place Mall, where a projection of the ‘Caravaggio’ three times the size of the painting was shown on a 5m x 4m screen.Read More
THE ART OF ARCHITECTURE
Norman Foster is responsible for a dozen or more of the world’s key buildings of the last 30 years. A major exhibition on his world-renowned architectural studio Foster + Partners, was staged in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Kaohsiung, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok.Read More
ROGERS STIRK HARBOUR + PARTNERS
Pritzker prize-winning British architect Richard Rogers and his practice, Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, presented over 40 years of their best works in a major exhibition that travelled to Hong Kong, Beijing, Singapore and Taipei. The exhibition premiered at Centre Pompidou, Paris, in 2007 and covers iconic projects such as Centre Pompidou and Lloyd’s of London.Read More
SCULPTURAL INSTALLATION – WISHES ON THE WIND
This monumental 9 ton sculpture ‘Wish’ by American artist Rob Buchhloz represents three dandelions blowing in the wind. Praised as a powerful statement of today’s pop-culture-influenced world, ‘Wish’ stands 50 feet tall and comprises 70 seeds filled with 36,000 LED lights.Read More
AERIAL BALLET AND PROJECTION ON SKYSCRAPERS
Hong Kong’s ‘first’‚ traffic- and pedestrian-stopping aerial performers ‘free-fall’ off a Tsim Sha Tsui building to announce the opening of Elements. The Elements launch featured projection and an aerial ballet, 45 stories up on the ‘W’ Hotel facade.Read More