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Floor to ceiling rigid boards mounted with fluorescent printed graphics adhered using a wheatpaste method; thus, creating a window with an intentional wrinkled, rugged, finish. Black lights spanning the floor, shoot onto the wall, illuminating the fluorescent inks and transform the windows appearance as day turns to night. The dramatic window meets visitors as they enter the Moshofsky center and highlight a transformation of a program under new direction. An oversized Oregon Ducks logo completes the window, pronouncing the amplified innovation that has defined the program for years.

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Medium:
Base: 1/2” black gator boards whatepasted with fluorescent printed graphics. 2nd Surface Window: Full window panel graphics printed with a semi-translucent stroke to outline the logo. 1st Surface Window: White cut and weeded vinyl.
Execution Details:
1/2” gator boards; Wheatpaste graphics were printed using custom fluorescent ink; Black lights were affixed along the floor in the window which light up the expanse of the wall.
Location:
Eugene, OR.

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