Artist Creates Incredible Hyper-Realistic Oil Painting On Dibond

Aaron Nagel is a figurative oil painter from California who specializes in realistic portraits. His works, often provocative in nature, feature a raw and exquisite painting style utilizing a hyper realistic form.Recently the artist discovered Dibond as a potential substrate.

Tradeshow Exhibit Uses Over 200 Custom Fabricated Dibond Panels

Over 200 Dibond panels were printed and routed to custom specifications for mounting in pre-assembled trade show displays by custom printer and fabricator PrintB3. The graphics were produced under strict time constraints, making the accessibility and workability of the materials essential.

JetBlue Terminal Showcases Brand's Identity With Interior Signage

JetBlue’s new JFK terminal T5 was a very important project for the relatively young airline. It was their first terminal in which they had direct input in its planning and design. Architectural and design giant, Gensler, had the extraordinary task of designing a terminal that did not take away from the Saarinen design of the exterior.

Stunning Typographic Exterior Signage Uses Red Dibond ACM

Brown Falconer Architects collaborated with urban infrastructure specialists, Groundplay, in the design of the Mount Gambier Library in South Australia. The striking, typography-inspired exterior screen was constructed using Dibond aluminum composite material.

Eagle-Inspired Public Artwork Takes Flight With Gatorfoam Graphic Display Board

Not unlike its artistic inspiration, community spirits soared at the June 7 unveiling of the new “Eagles in Flight” public artwork in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, as part of the city’s 2014 Pitt Meadows Day and Centennial celebration. The cubed-shaped mural installed in the city’s Harris Road Park is a collaborative effort of Pitt Meadows’ resident and internationally recognized artist Brad Dinwoodie and community residents.

Beautiful Japanese Art Exhibition Uses ACM Substrates

Hiroji Kubota is one of Magnum Photo and Japan’s leading photographers. His life’s works focus on a plethora of themes from documenting Asia’s diverse culture to American history. Producing panoramic photographs of cityscapes, landscapes and daily life in Japan, the pieces for this exhibition took four years to compile.