This is the largest scale installation I have done to date. It involved transforming the Pavilion designed by Manfredi and Weiss that overlooks the Seattle Art Museums’ Sculpture Park in downtown Seattle. The primary wall that the installation occupies is 30 feet tall and 65 feet long.
Most of the piece is made out of bent plywood. The bike-horn is made out of a combination of plywood tubes and carved mdf. The pins are vacuum formed plastic. Everything is painted in matte cel animation paint. None of the graphics are printed or digitally output, all are done by hand.