A few years ago, the design team at the New York-based Flannelly Media Design were on the verge of a major milestone: designing a wall that would be unique to its user base.
After all, they had designed several media walls before, but never had they had the kind of visual identity that could capture the attention of millions of people.
In 2015, they released the Flannella Media Wall, a wall designed with simplicity in mind.
“When we designed the Flanny wall, we knew we wanted to be different from the rest of the media,” says Mark Schubert, Flannellys cofounder and creative director.
“It’s really easy to forget how big a part the internet has in our lives.”
For that reason, the Wall has two major parts: a photo wall and a multimedia wall, which are made up of two-by-two feet and can be hung on an adjustable pole.
The Wall has an Instagram-like “flickr” profile, a photo-based interface, and a “flannelles media” section that contains an array of multimedia content.
Each element can be customized to reflect the user’s interests, from music to sports to fashion to movies.
A photo wall The Wall is meant to be a living wall, a living representation of your daily life.
It is designed to be more than a collection of photos; it’s meant to evoke a sense of community and shared history.
To create the Wall, Flanny had to design a photo environment for the Wall.
For the Wall’s design, Flannie chose to design it from scratch and then make it as intuitive as possible.
To achieve this, Flanneys team had to get creative and use digital effects.
For example, the wall is lit with natural light, and when you look at a photo on the wall, it shifts into a different mood.
The Flannies own digital effects include ambient occlusion, strobe effects, and an image-based glow effect.
Flanny also used a new way of lighting the Wall that is more realistic than traditional wall lighting, using LEDs and light sensors.
Finally, the FlANNIES wall was created with a variety of different materials.
Each of the three materials was selected based on its ability to reflect a unique visual image, and Flannells team wanted to create a wall for each user.
The photo wall was inspired by the wall that is now part of the Flanneelys new website.
To capture the “frenzy” that the Wall evokes, FlANNY used a “digital glow” effect.
When the Wall is lit in this manner, a flash of light will show up in the photo wall, illuminating the user with a colorful glow.
FlANNies technology has been designed to look natural and natural looking.
In the background, there are also LED lights that can illuminate the walls interior, as well as a wide variety of ambient lighting.
When a user walks through the Wall they will be greeted with a rainbow of colors.
The wall is made up entirely of four different media wall elements: a music wall, an arts wall, and two multimedia walls.
The music wall is meant for musicians, artists, and fans of music.
“The music wall was designed to reflect our love of music, and the arts wall reflects the beauty of art, so it was a great way to express our passion for photography,” Schuber says.
“For us, the art and music wall are one in the same, and it was important to make the art wall feel like the focal point of the Wall.”
The multimedia wall is the next element to be incorporated into the Wall itself.
Flanny is a digital art collective, and they wanted to combine all of the pieces into one image.
To do this, they used a variety the techniques that Flannello artists have been using for years.
“Our art collective is a mix of traditional art and digital art.
We use the same technologies, but we also use a lot of the tools of digital artists,” Schuubert says.
For instance, Flannel, an image manipulation software, was used to apply the photo effects.
In this case, the photo effect was applied using the same technique that is used for Instagram filters.
“We wanted to make it look natural, and we wanted the wall to have a sense that it was being created for an audience that’s not a photographer,” Schoubert explains.
To accomplish this, the multimedia wall also has an animated video that plays in the background.
“Each video is unique, and you’ll never be able to replicate the experience if you are on a phone or laptop,” Schuybert says, adding that FlANNEL was able to use a special app to make these videos available in the Wall and in their website.
“This way, you can take the Wall anywhere, on your computer, or in the home,” Schugbert says about