Is it possible to turn an office into a work of art? David Choe, the graffiti artist who decorated the walls at FaceBook headquarters, shows that it is indeed doable. But what if you don’t own the building where you do business? Could you still create a vivid montage in a less costly way? We imagine a talented artist taking their spray cans and airbrushes to our polycarbonate panels. The panels themselves are available in an array of vivid colors to provide a nice backdrop. Or you can choose the plain translucent ones for a blank canvas. The corrugated effect would be reminiscent of the art you see tagged on the side of railroad boxcars.
Who Should Tag Your Panels?
If your company has an edgy feel and some disposable cash, you might hire someone to do a high end job with panel extender art. It could add a trendy cachet to have a famous artist paint your panels. But hiring a local artist might give you a deeper connection with your community.
You could let each employee decorate their own panels (at least the side facing inward toward their cubicle). Give them a general theme such as the company’s logo or mission statement so they don’t get too wild. This would be a fun art project for your company picnic or a team building exercise to welcome in new employees. The ritual of tagging over the artwork of a previous employee to claim their territory could be part of your new hire orientation.
Finally, there’s the option of having us create a custom printed panel extender that just looks like it’s got graffiti on it – there are a lot less fumes involved that way! You can supply your own artwork and we can apply it professionally.
What do you think? Would you paint a panel extender and turn it into a work of art?