As international artist for Temptu Color Campaign, Artist Haiiileen directed and produced a color series on Miami made to highlight influencers using inspirational imagery. The digital campaign featuring Temptu Cosmetics new airbrush machine and kit was one of the first bridges between her work in fashion and her work in the interactive installation world.
Artist Haiiileen in collaboration with 3TEETH translates the foundation of music from one of their first albums to create a digital editorial for Z!NK Magazine. Inspired by their experimental metal sounds Haiiileen teams up with Gianfranco Bianchi, photographer and animator, to create a digital world that embodies the unorthodox industrial sounds of 3TEETH.
“Acid Palm” is a video series inspired by Haiiileen’s photographic work with “Acid Trees,” in which she transformed a series of real palm trees using acrylic paint. The photographic series creatively produced and developed by Artist Haiiileen. Inspired by her love for still life she captures a colorful series of trees and plays with our perception of nature and reality.
206 Discotec is Haiiileen’s first commissioned sculpture created back in April 2017 making it a one of a kind special mixed media project. Inspired by architectural design and her use of vaporwave, color, and more sustainable use of acrylics. She utilizes acrylic, steel and LED along with an iridescent treatment to the wall in order to produce a 2 foot wide, 4 foot long, and 1 ½ foot deep 3D sculpture as part of a private collection at a residence based in New York.
Disco Moon is a literal reflection of my belief that everything should be a disco ball in the sense of the feeling of happiness they bring to life. Utilizing mirrors and lights as a medium allowed me to project the notion that we shouldn’t have to be in the presence of an actual disco ball to feel its radiance.This piece was commissioned for III Point’s office space and is illuminated by custom 360 degree LED lighting.
Artist Haiiileen uses disco balls and metallic fringe curtains to create a texture of different layers and colors creating an effect of disco balls swimming in seaweed for this installation at Club Space.
Artist Haiiileen uses her inspiration from the Women’s March to experiment with her love for interactive installations by creating a space for people to stop and express themselves using dry erase marker. The installation took place during an extremely political time in the nation causing much of the written “graffiti” on the walls to consist of heavy political suggestion.
Artist Haiiileen displays her love of color and disco balls through her captivating design, other worldly visuals and whimsical stimulation of the senses in her New Year’s installation for Jamie Jones part of a year long series and residency at Club Space.