Cry for peace visualized in drone show for Ukraine

A very special light artwork was realized in Rotterdam last week. By means of a short drone show, a dove of peace was projected, dropping bird droppings onto a tank. The tank then turns into a beautiful flower.

With the drone show, which was performed in the middle of the night and recorded with De Hef in the background, the initiators want to encourage everyone who is concerned about the situation in .

Drone show: ASAP peace

The light artwork entitled ‘ASAP’ (as soon as possible) was conceived and developed by Jeroen Everaert of creative agency Mothership.

“I hope to encourage everyone with this light artwork. A message that reaches everyone. With a dove of peace that is recognized by everyone in the world as a sign of peace.” A total of 100 drones were used to bring the animations to life.”

Cry For Peace Visualized In Drone Show For Ukraine

The show was technically realized by Anymotion Productions. The direction was in the hands of VideoAgency.

Nick Cornelissen of Anymotion Productions: “Shortly after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, a special idea arose. We want to help, share our emotions and let them know that we want this to end as soon as possible. We set up a full production in record time. The result is ASAP, a drone art performance in which a dove of peace defecates on a tank, melting the war monstrosity and creating new life in the shape of a flower. A light show, but with a very serious message: stop the war.”

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This article first appeared on Dronewatch and is written by Wiebe de Jager who is also a DroneXL contributor.

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Wiebe de Jager

Wiebe de Jager (@wdejager) is the founder of Dronewatch and author of several bestselling books about drone photography. Wiebe is a certified drone pilot and has a full ROC license.

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