Canon’s ‘Show Us What’s Possible’ with Aquabumps at Bondi Icebergs
Of all the stuff that goes down at Sydney’s famed Bondi Icebergs cafe, bar, restaurant and pool, this is probably the coolest.
Recently, the camera people at Canon Australia put the call out to creative artists across Australia with the launch of Show Us What’s Possible, inviting them to push the boundaries and pitch remarkable projects for the imaging brand to support. And pitch remarkably, they did.
So, an artist took it upon himself to show us what’s really possible in the most epic of ways and the result? Well, it’s something to see.
Aquabumps’ Eugene Tan set the scene and kicked off the launch by showing anyone assembled what’s possible, with the Bondi-based publisher and aerial photography pioneer unveiling his most audacious project to date.
The result of a 12-month journey, and with the support of Canon, Tan achieved his long-held dream of producing a ‘huge’ print of one of his aerial photographs for everyone to enjoy. Over a 24-hour period Tan installed a 700 sq.m print of ‘Peppermint Fresh’ one of his most popular shots taken above the Italian Amalfi Coast on the bottom of the famous Bondi Icebergs swimming pool.
Check it out…
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