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Published:Wednesday | July 28, 2021 | 12:07 AM
10A Kingston’s Property Manager Brianne Stewart is accompanied by Duane-Anthony Davidson, brand strategist at Engine Room Brand House, at Don Dada’s dancehall art show.
10A Kingston’s Property Manager Brianne Stewart is accompanied by Duane-Anthony Davidson, brand strategist at Engine Room Brand House, at Don Dada’s dancehall art show.
Arianne Hammond shares the frame with ‘Video Light’.
Arianne Hammond shares the frame with ‘Video Light’.
With ‘Entertainer’ as his backdrop, the digital artist behind the augmented-reality dancehall exhibit, Bonito ‘Don Dada’ Thompson, is joined by beauties Alex Rodriques (left) and Morgan Phillips.
With ‘Entertainer’ as his backdrop, the digital artist behind the augmented-reality dancehall exhibit, Bonito ‘Don Dada’ Thompson, is joined by beauties Alex Rodriques (left) and Morgan Phillips.
Friends Nyoka Whyne (left) and Britney Cover were happy to witness the Paper Planes exhibit in living colour.
Friends Nyoka Whyne (left) and Britney Cover were happy to witness the Paper Planes exhibit in living colour.
Stephanie Lumley showed her support at the recently staged augmented-reality art exhibit, Paper Planes.
Stephanie Lumley showed her support at the recently staged augmented-reality art exhibit, Paper Planes.
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Paper Planes, a celebrated fusion of art, culture and technology, captured the eyes and the hearts of guests left in awe by the exciting showing. Standing proudly as the brainchild of digital artist Bonito ‘Don Dada’ Thompson, the revolutionary augmented-reality exhibit, which paid tribute to dancehall, closed its curtains over the weekend at Itopia at 10A Kingston. In case you were missing in action, here is a social recap in today’s Something Extra.