This wall of recognition created for a New Jersey library uses books on shelves to uniquely recognize donors. The donor wall has a black Sintra background and hosts aluminum shelves for the multi-colored metal books of various sizes, depicting donor levels.
This unique donor wall is a free standing pillar. The Mahogany column with an octagonal cap and base accommodates frosted glass donor columns. The black text is printed. The glass is mounted to laminated mica backgrounds.
Boys and Girls Boys' and Girls' Club of Pittsfield, MA Pittsfield, MA
Tree of life design accommodates 350 brass, copper and green leaves. The outer frame and trunks are matching mahogany. Shimmering water is seamlessly printed on a vinyl graphic with a wide body printer. The road is charcoal gray oxidized brass. The logo is painted white aluminum and the Crane Circle is a brass with a copper border.
Hoover Herbert Hoover Presidential Library West Branch, IA
A black Plexiglas circle accommodates a satin brass hemisphere with donor names listed on brass circles. The Heritage Wall lists the remaining campaign donors on brass plates. Individual brass letters title the two walls.
This YMCA donor recognition wall highlights the groups and the individuals who support the organization. Names are listed on updateable acrylic panels. The design incorporates the YMCA logo and bold blue title letters.