Foster Play is all about imagination. We're constantly inspired by submissions for designs for museums, events, homes, or innovative ways to incorperate play into the workplace. We specialized in custom interactive wall coverings. Submit your own interactive mural design or select a design from our exclusive collection of interactive wall coverings by Dusen Dusen.
custom interactive magnetic murals & wall coverings
Create interactive murals or select a design from our exclusive collection of interactive wall coverings by Dusen Dusen.
Why Foster PLAY?
AN EDUCATIONAL TOOL
Our patented system is safe for people of all ages and has been utilized in places such as in schools, museums, waiting rooms, lobbies, conference rooms and more.
increase team collaboration
Our system and layers catalyze collaboration and are a seamless way to introduce play into any space.
Let us apply your custom designs to our printed technology. Submit your design to customize and create your one-of-a-kind installation.
Alphabet Soup brings the white walls of Dropbox HQ to life while simultaneously creating a space for Dropboxers to interact with art. At a glance, the letters appear to be random. But in taking a closer look and sweating the details, the letters actually spell out the 5 company values. It took a few tries, but someone eventually figured it out! Design by: Lori Novak
"The installation, a collaboration between Fort Makers and magnetic wallpaper company Visual Magnetics was called “Rockland BBQ”. Taking inspiration by stage sets made by artists over the past century like Pablo Picasso, the installation acts as arts as well as performance — “actors” routinely moved pieces around the set, resulting in an experimental performative installation." Read More
"The Milk Stand was outfitted with custom murals and graphics designed by Michael Yarinsky and Civilization. Visual Magnetics turned the design into a interactive playground with cutouts that you can peel off and stick on the walls using their special magnetic textiles. None of this would have been possible without Dropbox and its new platform Paper that helped us all collaborate to bring the Milk Stand to life." Read More
"In addition to OFFSITE and the dozen exhibitions and launches that were part of our Sight Unseen Presents project, plus all the shows and projects we covered in our first NYCxDesign story earlier this month, there were so many good things on view last week that in addition to the massive roundup below, we’ll be publishing a couple more stories in the next few days on individual collections. New York Design Week has officially arrived." Read More