1. A ‘porcelain’ office mural
One of the advantages of printing digital is the tiny details it allows. This intricate office mural by Abi Daker was inspired by traditional Chinese pottery – a perfect yet daring match for this Bank of China reception area.
2. The boss is watching
Who said office murals should cover walls only? When Leo Burnett Worldwide asked designer agency Ministry of Design to come up with an innovative office mural to pay tribute to their founder, they didn’t hesitate and took things to the next level, or, better said, dimension!
3. An office mural ‘under the sea’
What do you get when you tell Dan and Kozue Kitchens of Kozyndan Designs to let their imagination run wild? This huge-scale, extremely detailed ‘under the sea’ mural, that’s what! Much to the pleasure of the people working for The Audience, an LA-based PR company. Breathtaking!
4. Office mural … or wall of fame?
This enormous mural watching over the courtyard of the RPA office in Santa Monica is a frequent topic of discussion at lunch time. Rumour has it Nathan Craw based the characters on the RPA staff themselves, but the designer is purposely leaving his mural open to interpretation. Too difficult? Too expensive? There is no reason why you can’t achieve an office mural like this with digitally printed wallpaper, and at a fraction of the cost.