Donor Spotlight: Paul Pace and Pace GFX

The walls, doors, windows and stairs of the Fannie C. Harris Youth Center’s residential services wing are much brighter and more colorful thanks to Paul Pace of Pace GFX. The team designed graphic decals and murals, and donated the printing, materials and installation of the eye-catching and inspiring images throughout the building. From the striking donor wall and Fannie C. Harris Youth Center sign in the entry, to window decals and printed canvas art pieces, to massive, wall-to-wall murals designed by local artists, the space has really come alive with the colorful art additions from Pace GFX.

Thank you, Paul and Pace GFX for making the Fannie C. Harris Youth Center a bright, encouraging space for youth experiencing homelessness in Dallas ISD. Your contributions will surely have an impact on everyone who experiences the space!

Pace GFX designed and donated the materials to create a donor wall utilizing planks of wood from the building’s old elementary school auditorium stage.
Frosted vinyl graphics on the glass in the entrance and on counseling rooms, offices, and conference room brighten the space and provide privacy for room occupants.
Local artist Jesus Alba created a painting that was transformed into this vinyl wall mural.
Vinyl graphics on the stairs offer encouraging words from poet Maya Angelou.
A quote mural in the art corner next to canvases that feature words of encouragement inspire creative expression and resilience.
Sign utilizing planks of wood from the building’s old elementary school auditorium stage.