Another category of design would be interior graphics. It all started during my time at Rackspace. Working closely with the real estate team, I would design wall graphics around a specific theme to help make our space a cool work environment. Sometimes we want to add something cool to an area and then there are times where we actually tell a story. The Rackspace office in San Francisco is based on old patents and inventors. One of the areas is dedicated to Augusta Lovelace who wrote the first computer program years before the computer was invented. Her area is highlighted by a hidden room that you can’t see until the door is opened.
It’s always a challenge working with large-format graphics. There is a lot of trial and error while figuring out how clearly graphics will be when you are designing for 30ft walls and billboards. Signs by Tomorrow and Cold Fire Signs are a few companies who we work with that produce great products and provide excellent installation.
San Francisco, Virginia, Atlanta, New York, and now London are just a few places that we have office space interior graphics projects. I work closely with TMac Design who is the backbone in getting these projects done and in a timely manner.