Wall murals are adhesive graphics that stick to blank wall space that can be used to reinvigorate a space, provide organizational information, boost morale, and much more. Along with adhesives, wall murals can incorporate dimensional logos and lettering, called wall graphics, which creates a unique and eye-catching design, while incorporating the existing wall as part of the visual. Using wall murals and wall graphics in strategic locations changes the look and feel of a location for employees and visitors alike.
Dave McGillivray Sports Enterprises (DSME) added new wall graphics at their headquarters in North Andover, Massachusetts. Located in the office’s central meeting space, the wall graphics highlight the history of the company, starting in 1980 and detailing milestones through 2018. Similar to wall murals, wall graphics often use the full space of the wall, but rather than completely covering the wall space, wall graphics use the wall as a part of the image. The wall graphics at DSME are eye catching, but not obtrusive, allowing guests to learn more about the company during their visit, without being distracting during day-to-day business. Additionally, this wall graphic design displays how far the organization has come over time, setting the standard for excellence to current and future employees.
DMSE used AMI’s adhesive wall graphics, which allowed for this great design to be easily installed. DMSE wanted to include text that detailed the company’s history, and AMI was able to do just that, using a clean and neat design that is legible from a distance, but not overbearing. Take a look at the installation process below!
For companies looking to cover an entire wall space, full wall murals can be used to create a design tailored to fit the company. Tiger Capital has gained a more welcoming and inspiring entrance to their location by adding wall murals in the hallway leading into their office space. Featuring newspaper clippings, article excerpts, and magazine covers, the Tiger Capital wall mural turned a completely blank space into an area where clients and employees can see the level of success that Tiger Capital has attained. Each piece of media displayed in the wall mural features impressive accomplishments that Tiger Capital has achieved. Full wall murals don’t leave any of the original wall exposed, and create a complete display. Tiger Capital now has a visual worth sharing with visitors, rather than a blank space.
A third type of wall mural can be seen in the Lindt Chocolates human resources department. Lindt wanted a visual that would stand out to current and future employees, so rather than keeping it simple, they went big. Using multiple colors and textures on their wall mural, Lindt created a visual with sharp contrast and bold elements. Additionally, Lindt incorporated dimensional lettering on top of their mural for an upscale, three-dimensional look. The Lindt wall mural is a perfect example of using traditional wall space to create a unique welcoming image for visitors and employees alike.
Whether it be wall graphics or a full wall mural, AMI Graphics is able to create custom designs that are best suited for your company. Wall graphics create unique imagery that revitalizes wall space in a building without taking up any physical space. Wall murals can be subtle with smaller wall graphics, or bold by utilizing an entire wall. Both wall graphics and wall murals can add designs that highlight accomplishments for visitors to see, and employees to strive for. Placing wall graphics and wall murals in prominent, high traffic areas can create a strong visual and reinvigorate an organization.