When it rains, it pours—and we’re more totally happy about that. Here are pictures we received recently of ANOTHER completed mobile. This one hangs in a bank in upstate New York, and it looks waaaay better there than in our shop.
Hey! More pictures of completed mobiles! Here’s the skylight ceiling sculpture we shipped a few weeks ago. We love how it looks below that skylight, and we looooove those colorful shadows it casts on the wall.
You know we love seeing pictures of our mobiles hanging in their final homes, so we were thrilled to get pictures of this mobile we designed for a private residence in Maryland.
And we were even more thrilled to get this e-mail from the client: “This is so overwhelmingly beautiful—much better than I ever imagined. This is truly a treasured work of art. Thank you.”
Ok, our day is 100% made.
By now you should know that our shop isn’t really the best backdrop for our mobiles. But if you squint your eyes, tilt your head right, and ignore the tools, boxes, ladders, HVAC system, and nearly everything else, you can enjoy the dangly mobile we made for bank in upstate New York. We can’t wait to see it in its final (clutter-free) space!
Here it is! The hanging mobile we created for the children’s play area of a Tulsa mall. The children’s play area hasn’t been installed quite yet, but we can’t wait wait to see it. The bottom picture shows how the mobile’s shapes cast colorful shadows on the floor below. We hope the children of Tulsa love it!
Matt and Ben spent some quality time in Tulsa installing a large hanging mobile over what will soon be a children’s play area in a local mall. Here’s a peek at the staging and beginning phases of installation.
To minimize disruption to the mall, Matt and Ben installed the mobile through the night. They were tempted to explore the vacant mall (except a few mall cops), but they stayed pretty darn focused on the task at hand. (Although an Aunt Anne’s pretzel or an Orange Julius would’ve been nice.)
Pictures of the final hanging mobile coming soon!
Matt returned home from vacation and hit the ground running. We’ve got several projects in the queue, and here’s one we’re focused on right now. It’s dangling hanging mobile for the flagship location of a bank in upstate New York. The mobile will hang 8 feet tall by 6 feet in diameter. The images below show the side view and view from beneath. We’re excited to see it come together!
Here’s a series of mobiles we’re creating for a mall in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Each mobile hangs 12 feet tall by 12 feet tall, and they’ll hang over a new children’s play area within the mall. We’re installing in a few weeks, so stay tuned for updates!
Here’s a rendering and final image of a mobile we created for a medical office in Pennsylvania. The mobile needed to cover a large space—22 feet tall by 10 feet wide—but stay within a strict budget. Using a straightfoward design and large, simple shapes, we were able to meet the challenge. The photograph shows how the shapes help fill the space nicely.
Coming back to work after Thanksgiving break feels great when your inbox includes an e-mail from a happy client. Below are pictures of the Copper Mobile we created for a (gorgeous!) private residence in Seattle.