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I had recently watched the KÀ at MGM Grand and Le Rêve at Wynn in Las Vegas. So touched by both performances and artists’ devotions to art and the theatre.

KÀ is the name of a village and the word refers to “gatekeepers”. The show’s floating stage sets it an unconventional Cirque du Soleil. On top of its striking stage designs and stunning lighting effects, the play is a pantomime full of adventures. Not to mention those spectacular costumes and fascinating makeup, you really have to see it on your own because there’s no right word to describe that sensational feeling of watching some of the world’s best acrobats giving their passionate performances, goose bumps were all over me when the show ended.

http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/shows/ka/acts.aspx

Here’s a link to the KÀ’s teaser video and more:

http://www.mgmgrand.com/entertainment/ka-cirque-du-soleil-show.aspx

Le Rêve means “the dream” in French and the stage is mesmerizing with the set up of a colorful wonderland. It features captivating acrobats dancing beautifully in water and in the air! No seat is further than 40 feet away from the round stage so every audience gets a close look to the performance. I heard Le Rêve is technically not a Cirque du Soleil, but whether it is or not, in my opinion it’s just a show you can’t miss. My only recommendation is not to go for the VIP seats even though they include complimentary champagnes, chocolate dipped strawberries and chocolate truffles, they are simply not the best seats in the house. Depending on how much you want to get “wet” from the splashes, I think the seats with best views might be somewhere between the 4th and 7th row.

Here’s a link to the Le Rêve’s teaser video and more:

http://www.wynnlasvegas.com/?utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc#entertainment/leReve/

Some additional Cirque du Soleil inspirations:

La Nouba – O Magazine Spread.

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pid=4137125&id=16315569901

http://www.cirquedusoleil.com/en/welcome.aspx

A French illustrator. Love her use of colors, textures, and the personalities spoken through her work.

I would love love love to get this book, “Le Chasseur de papillons”! Still can’t spot it in America. Anyone knows where this can be purchased in the States?

Gorgeous Illustrations in Different Applications.

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Web Banners.

Rings and Hairpins.

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Just a beautiful gallery of some great illustrations.

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http://adolieday.blogspot.com/
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