Featured Project – Liz Hickock Outdoor Art Installation – Month of Photography

Client Need:

Non-Profit looking for recognition

Solution:

The Photo-Art Wallpaper was the only choice for this job, a short term graphic with bright high energy colors. It also needed to be budget friendly, easily applied to the exterior of a building and removable with no visible damage to the structure.

The Story:

This non-profit client that we have worked with for many years came to us with an idea to wrap an art piece around an empty restaurant building. It was meant to be a promotion and needs to stay up for at least 4 months during a bi-annual celebration called ‘Month of Photography’. Due to some of the windows being boarded up the graphic would need to be installed on the outside of the building and be able to hold up to the weather and sunlight.  After receiving the artists original digital file we sized it up holding as much detail as possible and sliced it into separate varying sized panels to fit the 15 window sections. A mock-up was created for the installers who then did an amazing job getting everything to flow nicely over the undulating wood, glass and metal surfaces.

The Takeaway:

This art installation was a huge hit with the staff, members and general public who got to see it. It more than did it’s job as this particular piece got more press than most of the featured exhibits. Being not only an affordable and great looking public art piece that fit their budget, it actually has lasted over 19 months and at the time of this article is still going strong! Whether for short term or permanent installations our line of Photo-Art Wallpaper products can help you look like a hero with big custom art graphics. How can this solution possibly help your business?

Have a question about how this solution can take your space from boring to stand-out impressive?

Give us a call to speak with one of our TrueArt Professionals about this or any of our other Photo/Graphic products. Consultations are always free as is our personalized behind the scenes tours.

Co-Creating with clients is our way of life. The TrueArt Experience is the result.

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The Need, The Solution, The Results

When you are successful, we are successful. We do this with the goal of offering new ideas, incredible products and maybe even a new horn for you to toot. Your satisfaction is always at the forefront of what we do. Browse through our portfolio and discover how we may be the ideal co-creator of your next great project.
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Exhibit Installation Services

Hospital / Medical Center

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The wrap looks stunning from all angles

Office Art / Decor

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Bike Source (4)Retail

Fine Art Prints| Gallery Mount | Acrylic | Wall Paper | Metal Prints |

Clients are now greeted with an upscale feel.

Case Study – Pear Workspace Solutions

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Client Need:

  • The new digs we’re a bit boring and didn’t quite fit the brand image.
  • The closet doors left the island feeling too utilitarian.
  • The area felt bland and clinical.
  • Increase sales through a lift in brand perception.

The Solution:

High quality large format graphics are both effective and affordable. Whether for short-term or permanent installations, the new line of Photo-Art Wallpaper products can improve your bottom line in many ways including employee moral and your client wow-factor. Imagine the ways this solution can improve your business.

 


The Story

Moving into a new space this client wanted something other than standard artwork on the walls. They were looking for something different, something big, bold and local. They also needed to cover 2 closets located within an “island” wall in the middle of the room. The island, about 8′ high x 3′ x 12′ was meant to break up a large open floor plan and to help give some privacy for client conferences. While the island brings functionality to the space, it needed to go from being a box to looking amazing.

After having done some other amazing large-scale work for the architect designing this space, they knew right away who to call. Nothing fills a room like a huge mural so this photo-wallpaper was the obvious choice. They asked us to wrap the island in a black and white panoramic photo of downtown Denver to tie into their location. Eleven panels completely wrap the island and the clean, contemporary, and graphical look of this great black and white image is stunning.The result is that this bland box is now a decorative centerpiece that impresses clients and improves brand perception.

And to liven up the employee break room they chose a brilliant color image of Red Rocks park that stretched from floor to ceiling and wall to wall for incredible impact. The employees enjoy upscale feel of the space and are more productive after their breaks.

The Takeaway:

High quality large format graphics can be both effective and affordable. Whether for short term or permanent installations the new line of Photo-Art Wallpaper products can help improve your bottom-line and your company brand in many ways; including employee moral and your client wow factor.

Have a question about how this solution can take your space from boring to stand-out impressive?

Give us a call to speak with one of our TrueArt Professionals about this or any of our other
Photo/Graphic products. Consultations are always free as is our personalized behind the scenes tours. Co-Creating with clients is our way of life. The TrueArt Experience is the result.

 

 

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We will contribute 50+ fine art prints for ‘Picture Me Here’ show of art photography by immigrant youth

CPAC LogoCPAC has an exhibit opening in October called ‘Picture me Here’. We are printing 50 or so 10×15″ prints for them to display. All shot by local kids 15-20 y/o that are immigrants. This is part of a 20 year program committed to by several local charities to help document and train immigrant youth in the Denver Area.

About CPAC:
The Colorado Photographic Arts Center is dedicated to fostering the understanding and appreciation of photography in all aspects and genres through promotion, exhibition, and education. Our purpose is to be a premier destination for the photographic arts and to benefit our existing photographic culture by nurturing new talent, expanding concepts, generating skills, piquing interest, and contributing to a sustainable market for collectors and artists. Funding is provided by income from classes and workshops, annual membership dues, donations, and grants. CPAC receives grants from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD), Tier III.

 

You can read Westword’s article on the show here: http://blogs.westword.com/showandtell/2013/10/picturemehere.php