The panoramic or wide view space has been popular for hundreds of years and is embraced in painting, photography motion pictures and other numerous technologies. We see quite a few panoramic prints at our shop, and we wanted to explore how artists and technicians were utilizing the media in imaginative ways.
Atlanta Skyline by Paulrommer is printed on a high-quality watercolor paper using an Epson wide format printer and pigment inks. Many color variances are available. The artist also hosts many more colorful skylines from many cities around the world.
An Endless Book
In 2014, Natalie Ratkovski in Germany started an “endless book” project requiring the artist to draw one illustration per week in an accordion-style 52-page booklet where the art seamlessly continues page-to-page creating one huge panoramic piece of art. You can see more images about Endless Book at Behance.
Sky Movies Superheroes
Katie Bell and crew of Sky Movies Superheroes in London created a video comic book with a stunning trademarked panoramic visual that moves right to left. On Behance, she also provides images of supporting marketing materials.
On ImageKind.com, we found this wonderful panoramic painting, Crossroad Sun, by Gillette Calloway. ImageKind is home to a plethora of incredible panoramic style paintings.
For a couple years, Chigo Design in Poland worked with photographer, Maciej Fiszer, to create this wondrous minimalist nature-themed panoramic calendar. Tom Szurkowski- Creative Director, Maciej Fiszer – Photographer, Bartosz Wągrowski- Art Director.
Infinity Blade Panoramic Art
In 2013, artist Callum Watt, was commissioned to create this panoramic artwork for Infinity Blade’s homepage when Infinity Blade III was launched. The franchise also provides a downloadable panoramic image of Infinity Blade III that appears suitable for printing.
Vertical Panoramic Photography
We love printing vertical panoramic photography, and TwistedSifter.com showcased some really amazing examples in “Vertical Panoramic Photography: 15 Breathtaking Examples” back in 2010. Below are some of our favorites.