Photos As Wall Art

Last Friday, I visited a corporate business office to see some of my finished work.

I didn’t have my camera with me, so I snapped a couple quick iPhone shots to share with you.

I was very rushed, because there were Very Important Business Meetings going on.

(In other words, I was in the way!)

When you walk into the building, the lobby looks like this:

Corporate1 © 2015 Suzanne Haggerty W

That’s my photo printed on one piece of, thirty three foot long, seamless, fabric on the back wall.

The receptionist’s area is to the far right of the table and chairs.

There’s a hallway behind the mini-wall/partition you see in the above photo.

The same image is also being printed onto a huge rug for the above pictured lobby.

The rug is not finished yet.

I can’t wait to see it when it arrives.

(The same image is also being used for a separate project with the same corporation.)

If you were to walk to the right of the table and chairs seen above, back to the hall where my photo is …

And then turn, and walk right down the hallway …

You’d turn a corner and see a large mosaic.

The mosaic is made from another one of my images.

Corporate2 © 2015 Suzanne Haggerty W

As you can see, above, there’s a desk and chair (sort-of) in front of it.

(Which makes taking a photo of my photo very difficult!)

Also, this is exactly where Important Business Things were happening and I had a millisecond to try and take an iPhone photo.

Corporate3 © 2015 Suzanne Haggerty W

It’s pretty cool, though, isn’t it?

It gives me such a strong sense of satisfaction to see finished work up for other people to enjoy.

The two images seen in the above photos are these:

California Sunset

California Sunset is the image used for the large lobby wall and rug.

Alone is the image made into a mosaic.

Alone

My photos have been used in many other corporate buildings and projects.

This, however, was the most creative use of my photos.

At least, it’s the most creative use I’ve experienced so far.

3 Responses to “Photos As Wall Art”

  1. Mj

    Those are so beautiful! They bring a sense of warmth to the office I think.

    • Suzanne

      Thank you.
      A commercial printer in Los Angeles did a great job turning them into beautiful wall art.
      I feel so lucky they were able to work their magic!

  2. gina

    This is amazing!!! You must be so proud! Both photos are fabulous; I’ve not seen something like the mosaic before…stunning!

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