Santa Eulalia

This was a work for a prestigious high-end fashion company Santa Eulalia, which is based in Barcelona since 1843.

Onionlab developed a 3D mapping projection and the audiovisual content for the exhibition Santa Eulalia 1843 – 2011 to promote their brand-new store located in Barcelona’s commercial street Passeig de Gràcia.

With the new store opening on Passeig de Gràcia, Barcelona, Santa Eulalia organised the exhibition titled “Santa Eulalia 1943–2011. 168 years of history”. It showed the brand’s evolution from its inception in 1943 up to the present day through a 300-metre printed stretch fabric as well as several audiovisual pieces.

Projection mapping for the exhibition “Santa Eulalia 1943–2011.”

Onionlab produced the exhibition’s audiovisual content whose highlight was a mapping on two mannequins, a female mannequin in a replica of an 1843 dress and a male mannequin in a suit tailored by Santa Eulalia.

Projection mapping onto dresses for the exhibition “Santa Eulalia 1943–2011.”
Projection mapping for the exhibition “Santa Eulalia 1943–2011.”
Projection mapping for the exhibition “Santa Eulalia 1943–2011.”

Credits:

Creative producer: Mahala
Design and Image Concept: Chu Uroz, Pablo Rovalo (Research Studios)
Music and Sound Design: Leiko
Production Company: Onionlab
Content Consultancy: Charo Mora
Technical Engineering: Baf
Onionlab Team
Animation and Live-Action Direction: Aleix Fernández
Technical Director: Jordi Pont
Lead 3D Artists: Carles Munne (Els Altres).
3D Artists: Jose Vegas (Els Altres), Osman Granda,
Motion Artists:
Osman Granda
Maria Ilka Azêdo
Mariane Paoletti
Francesc de Riba
Yarko Stojsic
Aleix Fernandez
Live-Action
Producer and Direction Assistant: Joel Mestre
DOP: Lander Larrañaga
Camera Operator: Gorka Bilbao
Make Up: Lola Martinez
Production Assitants: Laura Torroba, Alba Delgado
Lead Ckr: Joan Achon
Models Management: AM Options
Film studio: Estudi Pallars 85
Models: Mina Petersson, Oriol Rodríguez

Exhibition Credits:
Onionlab produced the exhibition’s audiovisual content whose highlight was a mapping on two mannequins, a female mannequin in a replica of an 1843 dress and a male mannequin in a suit tailored by Santa Eulalia.
Creative producer: Mahala
Design and Image Concept: Chu Uroz ,Pablo Rovalo ,(Research Studios), XNF Arquitects, Onionlab
Audiovisual and interactive production: Onionlab
Music and Sound Design: Leiko
Content Consultancy: Charo Mora