60 Hudson Western Union Window Designs

With the Marketing Thru Graphics team I recently designed 5 windows at 60 Hudson, the former Western Union Headquarters. The windows can’t be used commercially because there are large back-up power generators to safeguard US’ internet in the building, so the building is trying to engage people with its astonishingly beautiful architecture and its rich history. I.e. Thomas Edison invented the stock ticker here and the first telegraph lines across US and the world were all linked to this building.
It has since then lost a little of its former glory, but we are trying to bring it back with the window installations.
Western Union Timeline Window

The TriBeCa neighborhood Window with local updates and a weather forecast:

Gallery Window for local artists (like me :)):

the other windows:

Here is a link to the MTG portfolio, of which I designed large parts

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