When you want to transform an area, we can help you make the most of any space conceivable. We have years of experience not only printing stunning graphics, but also producing unique custom displays and structures. In June, we were selected by the prestigious Tinkelman Architecture firm to help convert the elevator area on the Walkway Over the Hudson into an educational and artistic space.

First, our experienced team printed the mesh walls. We have the advanced technology and expertise to print on a variety of surfaces in eye-catching photographic detail. The walls matched the vision of designer Alex Tuller of Drake Creative LLC, featuring fascinating historical images of the Hudson River, and depicting the founding companies and individuals who established the Walkway Over the Hudson project. Next, we created the aluminum pipe based structure to hang the material. The completed structure was 13 ft. wide by 19 ft. long by 8 ft. 6 in. tall. The display not only served to hide the tired look of the elevator, but changed the place into an informative and artistic educational zone.

Down to Detail

  • We printed on mesh material to create the walls.
  • An aluminum pipe structure was created to hang the walls.
  • The structure also served to hide the elevator area, transforming the empty place into an informative and artistic zone.
  • The completed structure was 13 ft. wide by 19 ft. long by 8 ft. 6 in. tall.
  • The structure was made from two inch pipe, and 70/30 mesh.

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