Congratulations to Mystic Seaport, the McMillan Group and everyone else involved with the "Sea Change" exhibit, which was the gold award winner in the museum category for Graphis Design Annual 2018!
Mystic recently completed work for ESPN on their new Studio Z!
The new waterfront exhibit Should I Stay or Should I Go? recently opened at Plimoth Plantation!
The Mere Distinction of Colour featured many graphics, simple interactives, backlit murals, kiosks, listening stations, artifact cases, exhibit signage, sculptural elements, and a mosaic made of brick excavated from the archaeological dig at Montpelier. Special thanks to Proun Design.
The ESPN First Take set, originally debuting in 2016, received some updated pieces including a new desk, walls, rolling scenic units, and printed graphics.
Mystic recently completed work on Les Sablons restaurant in Cambridge, MA.
NewscastStudio just announced the winners of their annual Set of the Year awards program, and we are so excited to hear that The Daily Show took home an honorable mention in the Entertainment category!
Mystic Scenic fabricated and installed a number of elements for the "SeaChange" exhibit at Mystic Seaport, such as sail forms, rails, platforms, and the Peppers ghost mural. Special thanks to the McMillan Group.
The new exhibit at High West Distillery was fabricated by Mystic Scenic and designed by BPI!
The new Burlington location of Island Creek Oyster Bar is looking amazing thanks to Mystic Millwork!
Mystic provided custom scenic elements for the NHL Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium. Special thanks to BaAm Productions.
Mystic Scenic fabricated and installed the CBS sets for Super Bowl 50 broadcast! Gregg, Ben, and the rest of the Mystic team worked tirelessly to bring this project to life. Great job, everyone! Special thanks to Jack Morton PDG and designer Andre Durette.
The new 47 Brand store on Newbury Street features wall units and display bases and cabinets built by Mystic! Special thanks to Set Creative.

The redesign of Comcast SportsNet's Studio A received an Emmy for Graphic Arts Set Design! Congratulations to Gregg, and everyone else who worked on the Comcast SportsNet Studio A redesign, for their Emmy win!

Teamed with Connor Architecture, Mystic fabricated and installed an all-new employee cafeteria at Iowa's Principal Corp 4. 

Shopping network QVC's new set was designed by PDG and built and installed by Mystic Scenic!

The Booker T. Washington National Monument in Hardy, VA has been completely renovated with new exhibits designed by Wonder Cabinet and built and installed by Mystic Scenic.

Mystic Scenic fabricated metal rings and an LED bezel for the Children's Hospital in Boston. Special thanks to Turner Construction and Elkus Manfredi.

Mystic Scenic Studios recently had the opportunity to participate in a new production of an old classic: Swan Lake. Performed by Boston Ballet, Swan Lake featured entirely new sets and scenery designed by Robert Perdziola and fabricated by Mystic. 

ESPN's Sports Center studio inside their new Digital Center 2 is simply massive! Designed by Jack Morton / PDG, all scenic elements were fabricated and installed by Mystic Scenic Studios.

Setting the stage at the Toyota National Dealer Meeting. Designed by Steve Bass of Hasbas Design, Mystic built the ceiling piece, screen surrounds, and the custom masking in front of the LED wall to give the appearance of three angled stripes on each side.

Mystic recently completed interior and exterior elements for the lobby of 745 Atlantic in Boston's Leather District. Special thanks to ESI Design.

Weighing in at 7,500 pounds, this massive 53’ by 83’ logo was suspended in the Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA and acted as a projection surface at the Toyota National Dealers Meeting. Mystic also fabricated other scenic elements, including lit arches, additional screens, a curved portal, versatubes, and light boxes.

Special thanks to PRG and Hasbas Entertainment.

Mystic was contracted by the National Park Service to design, fabricate, and install custom exhibits for the visitor center at the Fort Raleigh National Historic Site in Manteo, North Carolina.

Special thanks to Mary Doll; Christopher Chadbourne & Associates; Northern Light Productions; and Abernathy Lighting Design.