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Media Corporate Brand joins the AEVEA family.

AEVEA is a representative group of agencies of integral organization of events, with vocation to work by and for our industry. We have come together because we love our profession and we want the event sector to be recognized for its economic weight, its seriousness and its ability to communicate live in a strategic way.

At the moment we are 48 agencies, but we want to be many more and to be present in all the Spanish geography.


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Historically, the sector of events in Spain has lacked an association that represents it legally and institutionally. In contrast to most professional guilds, which have at least one that protects the interests of all.

As a consequence of the above, from different forums we have felt and perceived the need to establish it and begin to act to solve the problems that are presented daily in our sector.

For this reason, in February 2015, we created, in February 2015, an association of Spanish event agencies that protects our legal, financial and creative rights, promoting the Creativity and ensure that the work developed with a specific regulatory framework is respected.

We want AEVEA to represent the entire sector and for that reason we are contacting all the event agencies in Spain. So that it is an association that enjoys the consensus of all and assumes the challenge and the responsibility to promote and lead this common project in our sector, transferring the image of the same to the Spanish society.

We believe that valuing our activity together will achieve greater respect for the sector and our work.

Meet The First 3D Printed Zoetrope…That Creates 3D Motion

Artist Akinori Goto showcased his mesmerising zoetrope-like wheel, which when illuminated with light unveils a life-like dancing figure.

A zoetrope is a device that was once used to give still images the illusion of movement in the pre-cinema age. Akinori Goto has taken the concept and applied modern design techniques to achieve something mind-blowing.

The piece, which was entirely 3D-printed, won both the Runner-up Grand Prix and the Audience Award during the 2016 Spiral Independent Creators Festival in Tokyo.


Goto’s clever design mimicked the movement of ballerinas, beginning with just one, before the entire wheel was filled with them.




As different amounts of light illuminate the wheel, the number of synchronised dancers increase and decrease.

You can find out more about the process here:

This is the wikipedia Zoetrope definition:

A zoetrope is one of several pre-film animation devices that produce the illusion of motion by displaying a sequence of drawings or photographs showing progressive phases of that motion. The name Zoetrope was composed from the Greek root words ζωή zoe, “life” and τρόπος tropos, “turning”.

The zoetrope consists of a cylinder with slits cut vertically in the sides. On the inner surface of the cylinder is a band with images from a set of sequenced pictures. As the cylinder spins, the user looks through the slits at the pictures across. The scanning of the slits keeps the pictures from simply blurring together, and the user sees a rapid succession of images, producing the illusion of motion. From the late 19th century, devices working on similar principles have been developed, named analogously as linear zoetropes and 3D zoetropes, with traditional zoetropes referred to as “cylindrical zoetropes” if distinction is needed.