Mediterranean Opening Ceremony


The director Hansel Cereza asked us to join him to create the visuals contents for the Opening Ceremony of the Mediterranean Olympic Games 2018 in Tarragona.


  • Projection Mapping
  • LED Content
  • CGI
  • Motion Graphics


The whole event was set into the old Roman Age, the stage was a LED screen made of stones and columns around it as if it was an old Impluvium where the water gathers. The show started with the Water Ceremony, in which a group of Roman handmaidens poured water into real hands sculptures on all the sides generating flows of water into the LED screen that formed the circles of the Mediterranean Olympic Games.
Then, for the Oath part, we made a transition from water to a stone floor made completely with Cinema 4D where children played with spinning tops upon it. From there, we created stones shaking and falling down, leaving just a circle in the middle for the main part, where a tenor represented the goddess and started singing the song of the Opening of the Olympics accompanied by her aides. For the highest part of the performance, the goddess stayed in the middle of the stage and three projection screens lifted up to start the process of Spring. From the center of the screen several colorful flowers bloomed and their petals continued into the projection screens, coinciding with various performances around the stadium of flowers and plants formed by many performers. This was the climax to get to the last sequence of the show: Humanity. For this part, Tigrelab created a video from the shooting made on site of close-ups of all the volunteers of the event, finishing with the goddess immersed into a starry sky. The whole show was broadcast live on TV.



Mediterranean Olympic Games 2018

Director of Ceremony

Hansel Cereza

Direction and Animation



Creative Direction

Federico Gonzalez
Mathieu Felix
Javier Pinto

2D Animation & Design

Felipe Kenji
Antonio Nieto
Dani Avila


3D Animation

Dan Garrote


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