“I have had a busy summer!
I want to share some of the great work that I have done recently.” -Tracy Lee Stum
at American Dream recently had a makeover.
This bright new entrance is sure to pique the curiosity
and 'TiLT' visitors' points of view!" -Tracy
You can learn more about TiLT here
behind velvet ropes in museums.
Her art is made to be played in,
and this is the foundation for
Tilt A Tracy Lee Stum Museum
an experience like no other where people of all ages can step through the looking glass and revive their sense of wonder.
With every stroke of brush or strike of chalk, Tracy transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Her journey from aspiring artist to award winning master
of her craft has culminated in
Tilt A Tracy Lee Stum Museum,
the purest expression of her love for art and imagination.
"We are looking to expand TiLT!
Are you interested in bringing
TiLT: A Tracy Lee Stum Museum
to your community?
We would love to hear from you!
Name of Piece: Access Aisle Campaign
Size of piece: 20’ x 10’
Materials:Vinyl graphic / digital design
The 3D Access Aisle is visible in cities around the country as a conversation starter about inclusion.
standardized parking slots adjacent to
mobility challenged support vehicles.
My concept began with looking at the older version
parking striping feature in disabilities parking zones.
Our team hoped the added optical illusion
would draw more attention to these zones.
By using the approved blue curb color,
the design seamlessly replaced the standard
flat striping in the parking spots,
maintaining code requirements for the design.
"Thanks to Braunability for asking my team and and I to contribute to this engaging civic project." -Tracy
Name of Piece: Utah Teapot
Size of Piece: 10’ x 15’
Materials: Chalk Pastel on Pavement
was the mission statement.
We partnered with Nvidia for their Siggraph Convention.
Our team created a 3D chalk drawing which pays homage
to the Utah Teapot, an iconic 3D test object.
We attempted to capture the process of an image being generated in reference to AI being able to generate
incredible imagery now.
The teapot is glass and lit in a way to highlight the realism that we're able to achieve with computer graphics in present-day.
Once the layout design was completed, our team member Julio Jimenez recreated the teapot using 3D rendering software to effectively create the luminance of glass
as it would work with the existing environment.
Guests interacted around the borders of the design,
standing on the perimeter of the virtual space.
Visitors to the site loved the artwork and enjoyed discussing the use of the Utah teapot in the design.
IRDC features two days of engaging educational and networking experiences for visual merchandising and store design professionals from across the globe.
Interested in working with Tracy?
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Do you need help with an upcoming event or activation?
If so, you can contact her here:
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