Seattle-based visual communication and graphics company superGraphics said it has become a part of space travel history by completing a 14,000-square foot mural on corrugated hangar doors at the Boeing Commercial Crew and Cargo Processing Facility at the Kennedy Space Center located on Cape Canaveral, Florida.
NASA and Boeing (NYSE: BA) officials unveiled the facility during a grand opening ceremony held Sept. 4. Boeing said it will use the remodeled building to start manufacturing the CST-100 Starliner, the capsule that will soon transport astronauts to the International Space Station.
The graphics depicted the Starliner pod orbiting in space over the tip of Florida with the blue Atlantic Ocean in the background. The superGraphics team was able to complete the project from beginning to end in just three weeks.
A specialist in visual communication, superGraphics works with companies around the world to turn their design ideas into reality. The business is an industry expert in dynamic environmental design, decor, signage and graphics that help organizations develop their visual voice.