Tile walls are the perfect canvas for your art . . .
Tile Walls are a great way to showcase student talent and beautify your school! Students take pride in these tile displays, knowing they have created something special that will remain at the school after they graduate. Watch your installation grow as you add new tiles year after year! With your tile wall shipment, you’ll get installation instructions and paper images of each tile so you can plan your layout before installing. Profit margins are up to you since you set the tile re-sale price!
We are the only art-based fundraising company to offer both indoor and outdoor tiles in a variety of sizes and finishes.
Our durable tiles are the perfect canvas for your art. Add a splash of color to your school walls. Create a permanent installation or frame your mural for a movable display. Choose ceramic tiles in either a glossy, satin or matte finish. Indoor tiles are available in multiple sizes: 4”x4”, 6”x6”, 6”x8” and more!
SilverGraphics is excited to offer kiln-fired porcelain outdoor tiles, guaranteed to last up to 50 years in full sun. We warrant the fade resistance for the life of the mural, as long as it is left in place. The ceramic pigments and glazes are impervious to the effects of sunlight, frost, pool chemicals, and graffiti-removing paint solvents. Multiple sizes are available.
Four Ways to Fund Your Tile Wall
1. Add a tile wall offer to your keepsake fundraiser.
2. Host a Tile-only fundraiser.
3. Run a keepsake fundraiser and use the proceeds to fund your tile wall.
4. Just order tiles, with no fundraising option
Run a Capital Campaign with Tile Walls
Tile Walls are also perfect for Capital Campaigns and Community Beautification Projects! Fund an expansion project. Create a lasting exhibit in your town. Spread one image across multiple tiles for larger donations. Read more about how to run a SilverGraphics Fundraiser at your organization.
A Legacy Tile Wall in the Making!
Watch as students from Gardner, MA create this “Sky, land, sea” tile mural for a public installation in their community, under the direction of art teacher, Ruth Suyenaga and project coordinators, Janet Harris and Brigitte Flick.