Resorts World Las Vegas Introduces New Self-Guided Art Tour

Get a glimpse of holographic art and a 3D portrait created with teabags

By Melissa Gill | Las Vegas, NV | Resorts World Las Vegas

Wandering through Resorts World Las Vegas’ new self-guided art tour is like going on a treasure hunt in an art gallery. Scattered throughout the property, an array of eclectic artwork awaits a curious art enthusiast.

The self-guided art tour offers guests a deeper look at their art collection consisting of both famed and local artists. With their cell phones, art aficionados learn about each artist and their creation through a sequence of QR codes. The added feature accentuates the property’s unique tech-savvy offerings. 

From modern pieces to historical fine-art, the art program showcases a variety of works including tea bag art, hologram pieces, vibrant sculptures and more. Artwork on the tour can be found in the hotel lobbies, on the casino floor, in the salon and other areas around the property. 

Pictures of the artwork offer a teaser of the tour, but art doesn’t feel the same when its seen through a screen. Each work embodies its own personality. While roaming Resorts World, here are some highlights of the collection.

Self-Guided Tour Highlights

Watch the slideshow below to get a closer look at some of the pieces in the art collection.

  • Clouds and Jars by Michelangelo Bastiani - 12 glass jars featuring 36 digital holograms of female figures like trapeze artists and ballerinas stuck in "a glass trap."
  • Samurai Cat by Hiro Ando - a modern spin on themaneki-neko or, lucky cat adorned with diamonds.
  • Donuts by Jaeyong Kim - Faux donuts created with clay and coated with glossy paint.
  • Tea Bag Art by Red Hong Yi -- A 3D portrait created with over 20,000 teabags.


Resorts World’s design team and art advisers specifically chose pieces that were “the most interactive, intriguing” and that “added an exciting element” to the resort, said Kara Stifferman, Resorts World Las Vegas Vice President of Design and Construction, in a statement. 


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