From black light rooms with neon drawings to totally dark spaces illuminated by art, every inch of FableVision Studios was glowing Friday night for the fifth annual Creative Juices Art Show. With a glow-in-the-dark theme, FableVisionaries got to work creating games, animations, desserts, and pieces of unique art that truly highlights the creative minds behind the award-winning work FableVision produces.
If there were prizes to be awarded for the night, Danielle Gillis’ French pastry tower, a Croquembouche, would win for most edible and first to disappear. The empty cake stand had a few guests scratching their heads to figure out the “meaning.” (The meaning was delicious.)
Perhaps the most talked about (and most played with) exhibit was Ryan McNulty’s original board game “The Night Harvest.” In this game, 3D-modeled game pieces travel the board that features four settings – Day, Dawn, and Dusk, and Night. Lights were used to represent the different times of day. Players packed FableVision’s sound room that was used to showcase the game.
Flip through the photos to explore more from the Creative Juices Art Show. You can view all the photos on our Facebook page. Can’t wait to see what next year brings – did someone say scratch and sniff?!