At IPaintMyMind, one of our very favorite things is getting mural commissions! We love helping you execute your dreams and commission your own mural for your office or workspace – we even help schools with commissioning murals too. We also love how our beautiful murals give back to local communities and help to fund our arts programs in public schools!
Murals are a gorgeous addition to your office building, and are sure to brighten your workspace. They uplift and strengthen your branding and reinforce your values and have become extremely popular in commercial spaces. Murals are an immediate way to visually communicate who you are and what you believe without putting lame marketing collateral all over your walls in an effort to communicate brand values.
Art allows you to not be so literal! It allows your space to sing, to engage, and to energize your team.The future of work involves employee and community buy-in. You have to wear your values on your sleeve, including your company culture and your vision. Building and keeping a productive and collaborative team requires a different set of skills in 2020. But don’t worry, we’re here to help!
Our unique impact model takes everything we receive from our art consultation, art rentals, and mural program and uses it to fund our Shared Walls™ program in Chicago Public Schools. That means that choosing to commission your own mural doesn’t just look good, it fulfills your corporate giving goals and aligns with your company’s values.
1. Book your Free Art Consultation Call
The first step on your mural journey is to book your FREE art consultation call with one of our experts. We’ll ask you about your vision for the mural, as well as general questions about your company, your mission, and your culture. We have plenty of styles to choose from and are excited to figure out the perfect fit for your space.
2. Curator Intake Call or Site Visit
The next step is a curator intake call or site visit, where one of our art-savvy curators will tour your space, whether in-person or via Zoom, to check out the dimensions, vibe, and spatial needs of your future mural. They’ll discuss what kind of art you like, and what color palette fits your creative vision. We love the relationship, and oftentimes, the friendship, that we develop with our partners in these first two steps. We really are here to give you the best possible finished product, and can’t wait to get to know your business.
Jer Wat (aka Jeremy) is a printmaker, illustrator, and video producer living and working in Winnipeg, Canada. His love of art goes...October 11, 2021
Now that schools are back in full swing, we wanted to take the time to recap our Shared Walls
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