For his latest project, Guatemalan-American graphic designer and visual artist Joshua Vides, who previously caught our attention with a comic book-inspired aesthetic that makes real-life objects look like sketches, as well as collaborations with LeBron James and Takashi Murakami, is debuting one of his signature black and white installations at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.
Recreating Las Vegas' A Little White Wedding Chapel, the new installation is dubbed "’Til Death Do Us Part" and is, of course, rendered in black and white. As ever, the space has been painted with a cartoon-like sensibility, with the "CHAPEL" sign evoking almost Chanel vibes.
The 800-square-foot venue looks to be an Instagram-worthy destination for couples to conduct their weddings or renew their vows. For $4,500, customers can host their wedding and stay in one of Palms’ newly remodeled themed suites as part of the package, which also includes a two-hour catered reception in the suite.
The cheapest option costs $250, giving visitors an hour in the chapel, while for $500 "The Shotgun Wedding" includes an hour-long ceremony and photos in the chapel, as well as a complimentary bottle of Moet & Chandon Ice Imperial.
Finally, the "Black, White and Wed" package ranges from $500 to $5,500 in price and includes a ceremony in the chapel and a four-course dinner at premium restaurants Scotch 80 Prime or Vetri Cucina, with various beverage packages available for up to 24 people. An after-party at APEX Social Club with complimentary VIP admission is also included.
"’Til Death Do Us Part" opens at the Palms Casino Resort on January 18.
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