One of the most interesting projects I have just completed, is the window graphics, for the Tower of London’s, iconic Welcome Centre. The Welcome Centre is a haven for tourists, from all over the world. The window area is 4 metres high by over 15 metres long and the design was particularly ambitious. The drawing is a JPEG of the artwork supplied to produce the graphics. The actual graphics are featured in a new case study which is being released shortly.
This large vista was printed digitally onto self adhesive vinyl and hand cut on site. It resembles a very large collage and is one of the best projects, I have been involved in. The tourists seem to think so, also, judging by the number of photographs, I see taken, when I am on the concourse.
If you like the graphic,I would be delighted to hear from you. My name is Steve Howard. You have been reading the digital circus.