Would you like to work in a place like this? Let’s take a glance at some of the coolest murals from offices around the world…
It’s well known that your work environment has a big influence on the work you create, your day and mood. A dull or unpleasant workspace can dampen your whole creativity. On the other hand, a creative environment can inject energy into the workforce and inspire imagination.
Couple Steve and Sandy Pell made this mural for Hootsuite‘s inspired by an unexpected encounter with a great horned owl in Vancouver’s Stanley Park, They finished the mural in just two and a half days.
Key to their design is the owl’s piercing golden eyes, which caught their attention in Stanley Park. They hoped to evoke the perfect balance of intense singular passion, fear, excitement, the unknown and intensity.
02. Leo Burnett, Singapore
Singapore-based agency Ministry of Design completed this office interior for advertising agency Leo Burnett. It features a drawing of the company’s founder spread across the walls and floor, wielding a scaled-up model of a pencil. Amazing work.
3. Digital Gurus
Digital Gurus is a collective based in London, specializing in mural art. It needed something really special for its own offices and delivered on an impressive scale. The mega-mural spreads across the whole Digital Gurus studio, covering walls, pillars, and even lifts. You can see more photos of the mural here. Plus, it has an impressive client list that includes the likes of Google.
Scholastic is the largest publisher of children’s books (and home to the world’s most famous boy wizard), so it had plenty of creative subjects to choose from when it came to decorating its offices. To do the job justice, Scholastic roped in Pentagram, which rose to the occasion with true style, creating a whole range of fantastic murals to appear all around the company’s offices.
Design and project management agency NeosCreative wanted an inspirational and unique mural for its new West London office. It commissioned Soulful Creative, a collective of some of the world’s most talented and experienced graffiti artists, illustrators, and contemporary artists, who produced this funky masterpiece.
London-based artist Vic Lee has created murals for companies and public spaces all around the world. One of our favorites is this intricate design for digital marketing company SapientRazorfish’s HQ. Lee is known for packing plenty of detail into his murals, as well as hiding in-jokes and personal references to each company. See more images and close-ups here.
7. Walt Disney Animation Studio
Doodle art enthusiast Geo Law was commissioned to create a massive 36m long mural for the Walt Disney Animation Studios technology department in California. Explore the full mural here – there are plenty of classic Disney characters to spot, all reimagined in a new style.