We were also inspired by the „Op-Art“ style, which is commonly found on building facades. As a highlight, we planned to lend the „A“ a little additional plastic character, by means of a protruding construction.
Nikolaj and Bruno worked at the top of the wall with the help of a lifting platform. Bodo remained below, where he worked on the highly intricate patterns. He designed the whole installation, as he is the „architect“ among us. The draft was conceived so that no lines of the same thickness meet each other. This was the only way we could achieve the plastic impression.
It all called for good hand-eye coordination, and we didn’t use any tools apart from box cutters on the tearoff points, to ensure everything looked neat and tidy
In the end, everything went great. The positive feedback from the public was extremely motivating. 25 hours of work on-site – and one week of preparation – paid off.
We are thrilled with the results