Motivate your athletes in the place they prepare for games with locker room graphics. From preparing for the season’s biggest game to recapping after a tough loss, the locker room is a place for your student-athletes to come together as a team. This heavily utilized area is often left blank, but it doesn’t have to be! Make their space burst with school spirit with Wall Murals of historic wins, standout athletes and coaches, views of the town or city you play in, and more. Bringing your locker room to the next level will not only attract top tier recruits but will also give your current student athletes motivation to bring home another championship.
Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts surrounded their players with a variety of Wall Murals celebrating the program’s history. Home to successful NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Teams, they have a lot to celebrate. Now the Northeastern Huskies’ locker room is a testament to their legendary coaches and players, paramount seasons, and the famed student section lovingly named the “Dog House”.
The University of New Hampshire Women’s Ice Hockey Team chose bold dimensional letters to surround their players. Although the space above your athletes’ lockers is narrow, it doesn’t have to be bare! Any space in your locker room is capable of a stunning custom display. The powerful word “Champions” surrounded by Hockey East and NCAA Division I titles is a constant reminder to the women who play for the Wildcats of the success they are capable of achieving. An adjacent wall is also decorated with custom dimensional letters spelling out a motivational message as well as two signature Wildcat logos.
The University of Rhode Island worked with AMI to install a striking wall mural for their NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball team. The Rams highlighted past influential players in a stunning display of black and white vignettes collaged with their signature blue team color for added depth. Each influential player is paired with text celebrating their past accomplishments. Now, current Rams walk by the greats that came before them and are inspired before they head out for the big game.