EARTHBALLS IN LOBBIES AND ENTRANCES

Lobbies and entrances are a perfect spot for one of our permanent EarthBall installations. There are many Orbis EarthBalls in lobbies and entrances around the world. These breath taking globes create a powerful first impression. We’ve seen visitors just stand and stare at a beautiful, rotating EarthBall.

Orbis’ giant globes adorn the entrances of churches, conference centers, schools, university, non-profits and businesses.  These beautiful, inflatable EarthBalls draw all eyes to them. They become the instigation and backdrop for many important conversations.

Most lobby globes are permanently installed. A few, however, are not. These globes were created to be taken down and moved. They are used on special occasions, in press events, conferences and tradeshows, when they aren’t adorning their lobby.

HAVE THE LOBBY OR ENTRANCE GLOBE YOU WANT

Orbis can make the globe you want, down to your exact design specifications. Our standard globes bear NASA‘s beautiful Blue Marble imagery, and these globes include clouds, but do not have borders or place names. It is precisely what you’d see if you were looking at the Earth from space, which can make quite a visual statement!

However, we know that you might have a special project in mind for your lobby or enterance. Orbis can also create truly unique custom globes for any place or occasion. We offer a full spectrum of editing options; we can make minor changes to the globe graphic, like adding a logo or marking important locations, or we can do major alterations including replacing the globe graphic entirely with something more representative of your needs. If you can dream it, we can make it. Try us!

Tell us your ideal globe design.  Orbis will turn your graphic concept, artwork and vision into a beautiful giant sphere of wonder.

Fill out our Inquiry Form to learn more.  We’ll get back to you right away, usually within one business day.

“The most significant achievement of that lunar voyage was not that man set foot on the Moon, but that he set eyes on the Earth.”

~Norman Cousins, author