Rock. Paper. Spark

  1. Show-off Phil

    You may call Phil a bit of a show-off, but all he really wants to do is make you look good. Fill him with books or magazines; add a chalkboard, whiteboard or tackboard insert; or customize him with your own printed graphic. However you use him he’ll keep it all polished and pulled together. Have something special in mind? Contact us to figure it out together!

    3/31/2011 sparkeology
  2. Wally says it all.

    How do you say welcome, share your promotions, pass on information or point people in the right direction? We let Wally do it all. This scalable, portable reusable system breaks the mold for traditional signage. Wally allows you to create large scale images by slipping double sided wirebound panels or booklets over the arms of the framework.

    One Wally is perfect to greet your guests and help them find their way. Two Wallys make great event graphics to advertise or educate. Group four or five together to create free standing graphic wall.

    3/23/2011 sparkeology
  3. Box Store to Learning Space

    Collins College in Phoenix, AZ and IA Interior Architects converted an empty warehouse into a beautiful learning institution.

    A great article in Contract Magazine about the potential for empty box store buildings that could be converted into schools or educational facilities. These buildings are like blank canvases, large open spaces with lots of parking in convenient locations - ideal for a school. Check out the article for specifics.

    Imagine the possibilities and change the way you look at those big empty brick buildings around town.

    3/18/2011 sparkeology

We are a team that has found a different way of looking at things. It all starts with a conversation helping you find the perfect solution for furnishing public spaces. Wherever people gather to meet, study, work research or surf, conditions are prime for Sparkeology.


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