Bad Hersfeld, Germany, Portraits
A bank in Bad Hersfeld has named its meeting rooms for well-known personalities from the region.
Volkert Design created a pictorial signage for the meeting rooms: in the rooms abstracted portraits of the given person are hanging.
EXYD generated pattern perforations from photos and produced the metal images – about 6000 holes per image with diameters between 3 and 8 mm.
Photo above: Some portraits in production after punching and before anodizing, on the left Konrad Duden (Duden Spelling Dictionary) and in the middle Konrad Zuse (digital computer Z3).
Two anodized wall pictures, Konrad Duden and Konrad Zuse.
Photo below: Wall picture Lisa Heise.