Parson's School of Design
This image was created for Parson's School of Design and the American Chemical Company. The photo demonstrates how the plastic material made by ACC can be used to print images on them and how easily they can be assembled.
Parson's students created a standing sculpture in Grand Central Station, NYC to demonstrate the ease of use of the new plastic material. The lighting consisted of ambient light coming from the sculpture with a fill light from a flash on camera. A second background flash was used to light the walls in the background.
Being NYC, we attracted little attention from people passing by. Once commuter actually walking into the display just to be nasty.