Theatre Row Supergraphic

As a part of the renovation of their five-story complex, Theatre Row asked Flyleaf Creative to develop a supergraphic to wrap the building’s prominent staircase.

Inspired by the company’s geometric logo and the natural angles of the space, I conceptualized, designed, prototyped, and oversaw production of a large-scale installation. The mural responds to the movement of the staircase, following its ascent and becoming more complex with each level climbed. Wayfinding nests neatly inside the design, guiding viewers up (or down) to their destination.

Agency: Flyleaf Creative
Architect: Architecture Outfit
Design: Audrey Stanton
Installation: MG Imaging

Black and white striped graphic on wall with wayfinding language.
Black and white striped graphic shown distorted across corners in wall.
Black and white striped graphic on wall with wayfinding language.
Black and white graphic covering walls of white stairwell.
Black and white graphic covering walls of white stairwell.
Looking up at 4 floors of a black and white striped vinyl wall graphic.
Black and white striped graphic on wall with wayfinding language.
White staircase railing against a black and white striped vinyl graphic on wall.