Mystic Scenic provides full scenic services to the television and digital broadcasting industries. Mystic has produced sets for news casts, sports shows, talk shows, entertainment and webcasts as well as creating environments for internal broadcast facilities at various corporations. Our production staff is made up of consummate professionals and our quality and craftsmanship is second to none.
We offer fabrication and installation services, as well as design / build services, for projects of all sizes, and we are fully versed in creating and working with:
We know folks have to “live” with our sets so one of our signature services is how we treat the scenery off camera and backstage; clean cable management, full back painting, user-friendly assemblies and control systems – just some of the ways we work to make the creative professional’s job easier.
Graphis Design Annual 2018 Award
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!
Should I Stay or Should I Go?
The new waterfront exhibit Should I Stay or Should I Go? recently opened at Plimoth Plantation!
The Mere Distinction of Colour
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.
First Take Update
The ESPN First Take set, originally debuting in 2016, received some updated pieces including a new desk, walls, rolling scenic units, and printed graphics.
NewscastStudio Set of the Year Awards
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!