The Effectiveness Of Dibond ACM As A Painting Substrate For Artists

Cut Plastic Sheeting, a UK Dibond distributor, recently completed a blog post about the effectiveness of Dibond as a painting substrate. The author states that Dibond’s increased popularity as painting substrate is due to, “…not only for its stiffness, but also due to its supreme smoothness and the superb results of its graphic finish.”

Weird Times Comix Is A Larger-Than-Life Comic Book Using Durable Gatorfoam

Weird Times Comix is a larger-than-life comic book by interactive designer Gabriel Shaughnessy. With a background in visual arts, Shaughnessy has a passion for integrating story telling into his designs. Proficient in web development, he has a knack for blending two-dimensional visual art with advanced technology.

The Benefits And Possibilities Of SMART-X, 3A’s 100 Percent Recyclable All-Plastic Sheet

The possibilities of SMART-X® include diverse applications such as signage, event marketing and product presentation. The lightweight full plastic sheet material is usable outside and offers a variety of processing possibilities.

Architect Creates Over-Sized Dibond Lamps For Australian Lighting Company

The impressive award-winning and uniquely well-rounded designer, developed a series of demonstration stands for lighting Organic Response. According to Bamborough, “The brief was to create a foldable and transportable stand that could house a standard luminaire, and exhibit the ability of the Organic Response Sensor Node.”

Designers Create Folded Table Using One Square Meter Of Dibond ACM

Dibond is often chosen for exterior signage due the product’s weather resistant properties. Interestingly, this feature has allowed for the material’s expansion into the exterior furniture market. Dunger Design in Germany created a striking table design called One Square, named as such for using one square meter of Dibond aluminum composite material.

Photographer Captures Haunting Images Of Solders In Undocumented Battle

Unseen Waterloo: The Conflict Revisited’ is an explorative photography series by Sam Faulkner that commemorates the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo. Its purpose is to capture imagery of the soldiers, as if photography had existed then.