Projecting art onto the white buildings of Alys Beach is the closest thing I’ve experienced to magic.
Andrés Duany, architect and urban planner
If you love art, if you love imagination, or if you want to see something you won’t see anywhere else, you need to go to Digital Graffiti.
After all, it’s the world’s first projection art festival. Each year, digital artists from every corner of the globe converge on Alys Beach, nestled on the sugar-sands of South Walton. Alys Beach’s iconic white walls explode into a kaleidoscope of colors when artists project their digital artwork onto them.
The event combines design, technology and architecture – and it’s utterly unique, attracting filmmakers, musicians, interactive designers, photographers, producers, celebrities and art lovers. This year’s festival shines into town June 7--8, 2013. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.DigitalGraffiti.com
Because we could all use a little magic in our lives.