Such objects are a synthesis of several types of arts, and not every designer is able to create a successful solution that can be aesthetically attractive, resistant to the environmental effects, carrying a clear message, and harmoniously inscribed in a given space at the same time. They are usually made in the form of a spatial composition of static objects.
Traditionally, winter art objects are dedicated to Christmas and New Year celebrations. Thus, in 2017, AIRA, inspired by the tale called the Nutcracker and the Mouse King, decorated the New Holland Island. A four-meter figure of the Nutcracker made of fiberglass with increased resistance to unfavorable weather conditions was installed at the entrance to the island.
However, AIRA's ultimate bestsellers during the winter period are giant Christmas tree balls created with a special technique: the paint is placed inside the materials, ensuring a long life of the art object on the street and inside the premises. Traditional symbols are also quite popular: gift boxes designed in the customer's colors, figures of Grandfather Frost, Santa Claus and Snow Maiden. Children will definitely appreciate the functionality of our snowmen as they can dismantle and assemble them, as well as sit and draw on them.
In terms of city decorations, New Year is a time of numerous lights. AIRA creates impressive luminous installations for city streets and commercial premises reinterpreting traditional New Year objects and symbols inspired by favorite children's fairy tales.
In our winter catalog, we presented a wide range of ready-made art objects. A luminous caroche is especially attractive. The frame is made of aluminum, over which LED lights are scattered like beads. Such an art object will become a unique decoration of alleys or park areas. Dynamic luminous art objects also become popular: for one of the parks, AIRA created a gentle winter sculpture of a girl with soap bubbles. If one blows into the ring, "bubbles" start to spin and shine with various colors in given dynamics on the branches of trees.
Already existing objects can become a platform for the embodiment of design fantasies and find a new life: thus, a Ferris wheel may turn into a huge glittering dial with a moving arrow.