The Surprising Evolution of Window Film to Art

When you think of window film you likely think about a product used to block the harmful rays of the sun from a building, home or car. And you would be right. Window film is a way to curb the effects of the sun such as cancer from UV rays, excessive load on HVAC systems and high heating/cooling bills. There are, however, other more whimsical ways to use window film and that is as decoration, branding and even artwork for your Austin business or public space.


Decorative window film is easy and low cost. Once applied it is just as easy to remove as it is to apply. When it comes time to celebrate your favorite holiday and get your customers in the spirit, window film is a great way to make a beautiful, seasonal scene come to life on your businesses windows.


Decorative window film can be cool and practical at the same time. A custom window film application with your company’s stylized logo on it can do a long way towards attracting customers and keeping your brand on the top of people’s minds.


Believe it or not, decorative window film can be used to create stunning pieces of public art as seen here.

window film as art

Since window film comes in many colors and opacities, there a ton of ways to make something great. It lets you get creative and wow your customers with something one-of-a-kind.

At Window Film Austin, we believe the only limit on what you can create with our top of the line decorative window film is your imagination. While we love the environmental impact our full window tint has on the world around us, another passion of ours is creating beautiful custom window film designs for our customers. If you have an idea you would like to share with us or would like to schedule a free consultation, contact us today!

Mike Kinsey is a window film expert. For the past 10 years, he has been working as the Operations Manager at Window Film Austin and overseeing commercial and residential window film installs of all types throughout the Austin area and the state of Texas. His extensive background in construction and project management gives him an in-depth understanding of architecture and the structural composition of buildings. Over the years, he and his team have installed over 250,000 square feet of window film ranging from robust security films to progressive energy efficient and decorative options. Mike engages in professional development courses and seminars on a regular basis, allowing him to stay up to date on industry trends and innovations. He is one of the top experts in his field and is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.

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