Here are some digitally edited photos of the Camden Fire Station and Ambulance Garages. The occasion was "Camden 2000", a millennial celebration. I contracted to provide designs, wall coverings and lighting for nearly 5,600 square ft of floor space of both garages.
First are pictures of dancing in the FIre Department Garage decorated with plastic sheet wall coverings. The 3 ft. diameter lanterns swayed due to the large blowers in the overhead furnaces. The effect was like rocking with the music. A big band and an r&b band played intermittently. The fire trucks were kept outside for little over 12 hours, since freezing weather necessitated returning the trucks inside immediately after the event. Much fire house gear was left in place . The wall coverings both decorated and protected the gear. It also allowed for quick transformations. Further below plans for the event are shown.
Below is a digitally edited picture of line dancing in the Ambulance garage. A barn like theme was wanted, so quilt like wall hangings and accented flood lights were used. The wall coverings both decorated and also protected the Ambulence Garage gear. Quick transformations was needed to hasten the return of all emergency vehicles.
The above photo was two photos stitched together to give a better sense of this impressive, public dancing. Faces were blurred to preserve privacy. Next , each garage is shown with few people present, for closer examination of the work itself.
Following are the original plans used for the job. All digital work, all lighting and all decorating Bo Atkinson . For assistance with planning or building your next event, call Bo: tel. (207) 342 5796. Also call for digital photography or photo enhancement. Note: These pages are placed in the public domain and are furnished "as is". The author assumes no responsibility for the use or misuse of the concepts in this series. All authorities should be satisfied first, as might be required, by relevant laws, before any building proceeds.
Below is another "Year 2000" event under consideration, with a nautical theme in mind. For my design world friends, the pictures below are hidden line drawings generated in formZ software. The hidden line image was then exported to Photoshop software for "alpha mask" tinting. Similar methods were used above.
Note: These pages are placed in the public domain and are furnished "as is". The author assumes no responsibility for the use or misuse of the concepts in this series. All authorities should be satisfied first, as might be required, by relevant laws, before any building proceeds.
Tel : 207 342 5796 . . . (Maine)