Artists showcase Costa Rica through paper and light
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Four Seasons has introduced its latest ‘envoys’, artists duo Hari & Deepti, who created a window into Costa Rica, made with intricately crafted paper and light sculpture.
Mumbai-based artists Hari & Deepti brought to life their expedition around the 1,400-acre peninsula together with Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica. Their work, delicately assembled and rich with detail, tells the story of discovering the vibrant destination, its culture and people.
Hari & Deepti are the latest artists to collaborate with Four Seasons as part of the brand’s Envoy by Four Seasons campaign. The programme was launched in 2018 to focus on “building deeper, more meaningful connections with storytellers across all mediums”.
“Our focus is on content, not follower count”
“Storytelling and travel are intrinsically linked, and what better way to tell our Seasons stories than through the eyes of pioneering artists and creators,” said Peter Nowlan, chief marketing officer of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts.
“With Envoy, our focus is on content, not follower count. And so by engaging passionate storytellers across mediums, we are challenging what it truly means to influence, elevating our social media creativity, tapping into new perspectives and ultimately facilitating deeper connections to the people, places and experiences that set Four Seasons apart.”
Since its launch, more than a thousand applications from artists across the globe have flooded in, all with hopes of being the next Four Seasons Envoy.
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