BPI Color was asked by a leading Environment Brand Design organization, Kahler Slater, to work with Mount Mary University to produce and install wall graphics that would promote and celebrate some of the University’s cornerstone pursuits.
BPI Color produced 10 unique 3’ X 9’ fabric banners to adorn the second story walls of the University’s historic Notre Dame Hall. Notre Dame and Caroline Hall were constructed in 1928 and are the central focus of this beautiful urban campus. Notre Dame Hall currently houses both administrative offices and multiple classroom settings.
These 10 banners were produced on a polyester fabric with distinctive characteristics featuring a unique coating that allows for the highest color brilliance. The choice of banner material provides the look and feel of fabric while enhancing and adding depth to the individual images. The beautiful architecture and quality building materials used to construct Notre Dame Hall are still predominant features today. In fact, the original building construction created some interesting installation challenges in mounting the banners to the corridor walls with Rod Pockets on both top and bottom. After more than a few drill bits and a little additional time the project was successfully completed.
The opportunity to work with a prominent community University along with a leading professional Environmental Brand Design organization was exciting and filled with opportunities to broaden BPI Color’s depth of insight and attention to detail in these types of projects.