Recently travelled down to Lexington, KY to install a few room treatments/murals for the newest EBF location. It’s awesome to see this business expanding into new territory and we were thrilled to be asked to come along for the ride. Always a pleasure working with the team at EBF.
We were recently invited back to EveryBodyFights to work on two new treatments for a couple different areas of the space. As they built out their programs they determined they needed some differentiation between the vibes in the different rooms/areas.
So after brainstorming on concepts we came up with some creative direction and pitched full-on room treatments for the Bag Room and Mind/Body Room. Using window treatments/screens, custom colored lighting as well as top-to-bottom wall/graphic treatments we created a vibe appropriate for each rooms activity….
We gave the Bag Room an “underground” feel, complete with a faux-concrete wall, faded graffiti hits, pipe stains and and screens for the windows The Mind and Body room took a needed a less aggressive feel, so using custom colored lights, and a wrap around mural featuring the brands ethos/motivational phrases, we created a “cloud like” feel in the room, to help tune out any distractions while getting your Zen on.
Always fun working with George and AJ….Thanks guys! Hope to do it again soon!
Over the summer we were asked to come in on a new project being developed in town by George “Monk” Foreman III. He was building a new boxing/lifestyle gym in South Boston, EveryBodyFights, and we were tasked with bringing his vision to life on the walls within the new space. After working closely with them for several weeks to develop a look and feel that fit with the rest of the brands image, we settled on a design and got to painting.
We brought in our talented friend Kenji Nakayama to join us on this one, and together did three walls total; a large wall in the main gym area and two smaller ones in the main entry way. The end results exceeded expectations on this one, and really set the tone for how the rest of the space should look.
Thanks to George, AJ and the rest of the team at EBF!