This featured project comes to us by way of The Daily Herald in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Thanks to Google Alerts, we learned of an article that the newspaper, which serves multiple suburbs in the Chicagoland area, recently wrote about some wall murals that were put up at Mundelein High School in the north Chicago suburb of Mundelein.
Printed and installed by Cedarburg, Wisconsin-based Visual Image Photography, the wall wraps duplicate book covers of some of the favorite books of the teachers in the classrooms near where the murals are located. For example, the newspaper notes, one teacher names “All American Boys” and “Born to Run” as two of his favorite. Another, “Wuthering Heights,” and yet another is “Never Let Me Go.”
Visual Image Photography is a company whose founding dates back to 1978.