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Another Tattoowall Success!
One of our most challenging projects yet!
The installation of over 200 square feet of Tattoowall…
… on a 45 degre angle wall!
The image chosen was Vercingetorix Lays Down His Arms At the Foot of Julius Caesar, an 1899 painting by Lionel Noel Royer.
It was divided in 3 panels. Each received a layer of adhesive.
The application of each panel was challenging due to the angle of the wall.
After the paper was removed from the first panel and stippled in with a Tattoowall brush the first part of the image was revealed.
Soon, the second and third panels would be installed and the complete, seamless image appeared. All 3 panels line up perfectly thanks to the Invisible Joint Line Technique.
Around the image, a stone frame was created using Styrok, a product invented by Steve Coliviras from Sparview Design Build. A Styrok design was created to look like sandstone block. A imposing and spectacular finish!
To find out more about this incredible project, watch the series of videos on our YouTube Channel.