Because grief is so much more than just five stages.
Branding/Identity - Experience Design - 3D Design
Toolkit: Cinema 4D, Illustrator, Photoshop
My Role: I collaborated with my team on the concept. I created the branding, 3D renders, animations, visual mockups, ScentKey packaging, and the user journey.
An archive of memories, transformed into an experience.
THE QUICK PITCH
We wanted to find a way to preserve memories so they don't fade over time. Over the course of eight weeks, we came up with a concept for people to archive their memories with custom projection mapping and scent-scaping in contained spaces. This experience allows people to leave behind a legacy once they're gone, giving their loved ones the gift of remembering them.
LEAVE YOUR STORY BEHIND FOR THE ONES YOU LOVE
Stage 6 brings together the sights, stories, and scents most important to you in this life to be shared with your loved ones when you pass on to the next.
Using multiple senses can heighten memory recall and prevent it from fading over time.
With projection mapping, scent-scaping, and storytelling, priceless memories are transformed into an experience–one that can be seen, smelled, and heard.
A LIVING, THRIVING MEMORY WILL
HOW IT WORKS
RECEIVING A STAGE6 MEMORY EXPERIENCE
A MEMORY WITH STAGE6
Where It Lives
Your loved one's experience is unlocked to you at a time when your grief may be at its rawest. And because grieving so often demands privacy, Stage6 experiences can be found in non-descript locations behind doors with minimal branding.
Because Stage6 is such a unique concept, we realize that the only way we can truly explain how it works is to show people.
So, we created a museum.
The Stage6 Pop-Up Museum features stories and memories of strangers. Each of their memories are exhibited in separate rooms, and paired with scents and their voices and stories. The pop-up museum will allow the audience to really understand how Stage6 works and entice them to sign up and archive their very own memories.
The Museum Location
The Stage6 Museum would be constructed in shipping containers and live as temporary exhibits in public spaces like parks and campuses. Placing it in a central location would bring awareness to the Stage6 brand and also give people a thorough understanding of how their lives and loved one's lives could benefit from a Stage6 experience.