In our Corporate Canvas program, every person in your group will have an opportunity to paint and sign a section of a large colorful company mural. These paintings will be an artistic representation of your company’s culture. We incorporate your company logo and the words Innovation, Passion, Integrity, Leadership, Quality, Teamwork, Diversity, and Success into each design.
Each mural is conveniently presented for painting as eight separately framed 2-foot by 2-foot canvases that together form each large, colorful 4-foot by 8-foot mural painting. We will customize the piece with your company logo and pre-print a light grey border around the entire 4-foot x 8-foot painting so each one of the painters (participants) can sign their name with a Sharpie® after they’ve finished painting their section.
Our Corporate Canvas program includes icebreakers, one or more corporate canvases depending upon the size of your group, and a fun, creative puzzle piece project involving lots of markers and imagination.
We’ve designed four versions of Corporate Canvas for your company to choose from, produced as paint-by-number canvases, and including your company logo. You can also choose to paint two or more canvases depending upon your group size or the number of offices.
Corporate Canvas can be delivered as a standalone team building program or as an add-on to a conference, party or meeting where hundreds of people can come up during the event, paint for a few minutes, and sign their name to the piece.
Thanks to a request from our friends at Siemens, we were asked to design a team building program for them that involved painting. They wanted to create three large murals that they could hang in three different offices buildings.
They also wanted to incorporate words that were the keys to building and maintaining a successful business. The program was so well received; we decided to add it to our lineup!
Our graphic designer made sketches and our team picked their top four favorites. We then turned the first design into a large 8-panel mural, picked colors, matched them to numbers on the canvas, and had the company that printed the Siemens mural print our panels and frame them. When the panels arrived at our national headquarters, we got painting. Our employees painted during breaks and after-hours and soon we had a finished mural with our logo at the top that we’ve hung in our main conference room! Our mural, being held by eight of our “artists”, is the first photo below.