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Next Level String Installation | Art & Wall Decor by Annie Tull | The Lyon Building in Oakland
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Next Level String Installation | Art & Wall Decor by Annie Tull | The Lyon Building in Oakland
Next Level String Installation | Art & Wall Decor by Annie Tull | The Lyon Building in Oakland
Next Level String Installation | Art & Wall Decor by Annie Tull | The Lyon Building in Oakland

Next Level String Installation - Art & Wall Decor

Featured In The Lyon Building, Oakland, CA
Creation: 3-6 weeks

The ethereal string installation gracing the ceiling of the Lyon Building in Uptown Oakland is just a small part of a larger artwork developed for the offices of Enlisted Design located on the second floor of the building. Glimpses of the upstairs piece, which physically and metaphorically connects the three main branches of the product, branding, and packaging design firm, can be seen from 19th and Broadway Streets. Check it out at night when the space is illuminated from within by a cyan-colored neon sign that declares itself ““next level shit.””

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Item Next Level String Installation
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Annie Tull
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Wescover creator since 2017
"Annie Tull is a multidisciplinary artist based in Oakland, California. With degrees in fine art and architecture, she often seeks to create work that either physically or metaphorically bridges the gap between the two- and three-dimensional realms of experience.

Tull’s primary medium has always been oil paint, but her expertise in
and passion for interior architectural design have pushed her to pursue installation as a secondary form of expression. When she is not working on producing new series of paintings, Tull enjoys developing comprehensive installation projects for commercial clients in the San Francisco Bay Area."