Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States
Here’s another tear sheet with a difference. I’ve had several clients use my panoramas to make very large prints. One used my shot of the Paris skyline as a 30 feet wide wall mural in her redecorated apartment. My shot of London’s Thames River at night has been used on a roadside billboard. But at 58 feet wide and 12 feet high, this is the largest one yet.
Ed Kirby’s Mazda Adventure Downtown Chattanooga used my panorama of Chattanooga, Tennessee, at night in their freshening up of a 70s-era car dealership showroom. It covers the back wall of the showroom and can be seen clearly by passers by through the large glass windows that make up the showroom’s front. It even covers the doors and windows so as to create a seamless effect.
Here’s a shot of the finished product.
And here’s a shot of how it looked before. The photo now covers the wall at right of frame.
The printing was done by National Print Group in Chattanooga.