Winter Lights Festival, Canary Wharf London | One Canada Square, London | Jan 2016


Projection Mapping | 2D & 3D Motion Graphics | Concept



Totem was a collaborative project with the Bitone collective commissioned by the Winter Lights Festival, Canary Wharf, London. It took the form of an interactive pixel mapped sculpture and was fully interactive with mobile signals, transforming the smart-device energy into a dance between light and movement.

Projection mapping 2D motion graphics concept sculpture design in London

Design Concept


Totem — noun | to·∙tem ˈtō-təm | A totem is a spirit being, sacred object, or symbol that serves as an emblem of a group of people, such as a family, clan, lineage, or tribe.
As ubiquitous connectivity becomes an ever-more essential part of our communication Totem seeks to explore the hidden signals that surround us and keep us in touch with our family, friends and our work.

Projection mapping in London using 3D and 2D motion graphics to create a sculpture design

Motion Graphics


Fluid directions and slow-paced movements helped to create the mesmerising result mapped onto the totem installation. The sense of calm surrounding the piece rings true to the design concept of developing a connective energy for the viewer and their personal reflection.

By capturing and representing these signals in the public realm, Totem creates an interactive conversation between us about the technology that underpins our societies.

Through its playful form, Totem reacts to both “passive” and “active” participants in the public space by converting the mobile phone signals that surround us into a three dimensional array of sound and light.

Projection mapping in Canary Wharf using 2D and 3D motion graphics on a sculpture design project
Canary Wharf London UK Projection mapping sculpture design project
Projection Mapping Canary Wharf London 3D Motion graphics and sculpture design


Conceived and developed by Bitone Collective:

Raoul Simpson |
Tom O’Dea |
Chris Le Dantec |
Brian Kenny |