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01-15-2019

ILevel Creates Family Photo Walls in NYC

Many of ILevel’s clients have just returned from fabulous holiday trips and family gatherings, and their phones are full of precious photographic memories. Our staff of professional picture hangers has been hard at work helping clients create gorgeous family photo walls showcasing these holiday treasures. Here’s a peek at three family photo salon walls designed by ILevel for clients in New York City.

Select and Size

Overwhelmed by the awesomeness of all of your photos? We can help you select the best shots, and choose proper sizes. For this client, ILevel created a multi-story photo wall across two floors and up the stairs.

a group of family photos arranged on a wall around a staircase with a wrap around banister

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Print and Frame

Once you’ve selected your photos, we can take care of the printing and framing. This wall is held together with black frames, and the variety of frame sizes and shapes creates interest.

A variety of sizes of rectangular and square black frames with family photos arranged on a wall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arrange and Install

You could try this at home, but it’s not as simple as it looks. ILevel’s professional picture hangers specialize in creating beautiful arrangements and will install them safely on your walls.

10 framed photographs arranged over a bunch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The longer you wait, the more likely your photos will stay in your phone and not make it to your walls! Call 212.477.4319 or email info@ilevel.biz to get started on your family photo wall with ILevel.

 

11-13-2018

ILevel Installs for Mr. Brainwash & It’s A Thing

Poster for ItsAThing

We had the pleasure of working with friend of ILevel Nicola Stephenson recently on her collaboration with Los Angeles based street artist Mr. Brainwash. Nic created It’s A Thing, a new organization focused on changing perceptions and raising funds for head and neck cancer. 60,000 people are diagnosed with head and neck cancer each year, yet many Americans have little to no knowledge of this disease.

The inaugural event for It’s A Thing was a visual art experience of Mr. Brainwash’s work that took over 10,000 square feet of the iconic Starrett-Lehigh building.

All of the art in the exhibit pays homage to the vital functions made possible by the head and neck. Walking through the galleries you’ll see sculptures of headless angels, neon lights with positive messages like “Keep Smiling,” over-sized, multi-colored gumballs, and typewriters inviting viewers to sit down and tap away. ILevel installed many pieces in the exhibit, including the gallery wall seen below.

ILevel installs gallery wall

Net proceeds from the exhibit will be donated to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. “Since my fight with head and neck cancer just two and a half years ago, I have been eager to give back to the incredible specialists at MSK that supported me throughout my journey,” Stephenson explains. To donate, or bid and buy Mr. Brainwash’s work and merchandise, visit itsathing.org.

12-15-2016

Art on Leather-Paneled Walls

We’ve always loved wood-paneled walls for the warm and stately quality they bring to a space. But a recent install in a Manhattan home better acquainted us with leather-paneled walls, which are like an elevated, more refined take on wood paneled walls … and officially usurped our love for wood paneling. 

Even better than a room framed by leather walls was the art collection that was to be hung on them. A collection of brightly, rabbit eared paintings mounted in mismatched antique frames. In other words, a fun and playful arrangement that would perfectly balance out the gravitas and sophisticated of a room shrouded in rich walnut and leather.

leather wall art gallery

hanging art on leather-paneled walls

The process for hanging art on leather walls was more straightforward than you might think. After first arranging the art on the floor to get the placement just right, our team used nails and picture hangings hardware to secure each piece to the wall. 

Have an atypical wall you’d like to hang art on? We’ve hung fine art, gallery walls, and family photos from windows, mirrored walls, brick and more. Get in touch with us to discuss your project!

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