A proposal presented by Duggal Printing to the Empire State Building. One of the most popular tourist attraction, the Sky Ride on top floor of the Empire State Building happened to have a great amount of wasted space, in which graphics and art were much needed. Duggal asked me to design graphics that covered all the walls, that represented 8 popular parks in New York City. The wall introduced various iconic parks in the city that are from historical such as Central Park to modern such as High Line park. The graphics were not meant to "educate" the viewers but to visually please them while they waited for their Sky Ride. The theme of the graphic direction was to tie back to the purpose of these parks in the city: a sense of community and nature in the city.