37 Signals Office Mural

A true, collaborative project that includes seven, fully-invested individuals requires a lot of time, energy, and patience. Make those seven people as passionate, talented and stubborn as The Post Family members and you have got yourself quite the task. This project, close to a year in the making, is a piece commissioned by the office of local web-sweethearts, 37 Signals.

Comprised of over 500 individually cut, painted, treated and finished pieces of wood, this twenty-eight foot mammoth was inspired by the various interior office textures. Referencing the progression of a typical work day, the piece includes a gap smack-dab in the middle to represent lunch, which we all know isn't super accurate on most days.

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The Post Family gallery in woodshop mode. Photo by Tony Francesconi
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