Thursday, October 29, 2009

Photo Wall...finished...

You may recall a couple of weeks ago I posted the process steps for a client photo wall. click here for a recap.

I began this project with a pile of small, old photographs. I had them professionally touched up in photoshop, re sized, copied and framed. The next logical step was to devise a layout using templates. An important process if you'd like a balanced wall, it's also a great way for the client to get a feel for the overall layout. I'm also drawn to random salon style walls but this client was looking for something more neat and orderly. I was pleased with the final results...

And Don't you just love the colorful vintage poster at the end of the hall? This poster is available through the International Poster Gallery in Boston. {see below for details}




Gevaert Film, Donald Brun 1950.

Photography: Molly Ferguson

12 comments:

High-Heeled Foot in the door said...

Bravo! It looks great! I loved that the wall is filled from top to bottom!

paula said...

looks wonderful. Such a focal point.

kelleyp said...

love it. come do my walls next. haha. love that big 1950's print too. yummy

court. said...

Looks great. Very well composed and pleasing to the eye! It's great to see the end result.

Erin Gates said...

AMAZING!!!!! :)
Miss you!
xoxox

Jennifer, Inside Out Colour and Design said...

Nice work. Thanks for posting the end result.

sarah said...

Looks amazing-

Deliciously Organized said...

LOVE this! It looks gorgeous!

daninotes said...

It looks wonderful! You have given me the inspiration to put together my stairway wall. thank you!!!!!

My name: Julie My design firm: SHELTER said...

Thanks for all your kind comments!!

Julie

Anonymous said...

Pardon me, but where did you acquire that Brun poster? I've been searching for quite some time.

My name: Julie My design firm: SHELTER said...

It's from the International Poster Gallery on Newbury St, in Boston Ma.

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