FIT Creates Reusable Display System With Gatorfoam Board

As one of New York City’s largest and most well-known design schools, the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) – a State University of New York college of art, business, design and technology – is known for its high-profile public exhibitions.

Fome-Cor Bright White Wins 2014 Readers' Choice Top Product Award

Our Fome-Cor Bright White was chosen as a winner for the 2014 Wide-Format Imaging Top Products Award in the Rigid Substrate Category. “The 2014 Wide-Format Imaging Top Products Award winners include products that have caused the most excitement in the industry and have been a valuable asset to sign and graphic businesses over the last year.”

Italian Design Firm Creates Lamp From Single Sheet of Dibond ACM

Italian firm-ZPSTUDIO has focused on commercial, corporate, product and architectural design since 2003. Their creation of an iconic table lamp, Zeta, is part of their ZPSTUDIO TOOLS collection that features small-scale Italian production and craftsmanship. The ZPSTUDIO TOOLS collection embodies a unique relationship between traditional Tuscan crafting techniques with materials used in industrial production.

Dibond Used In Unique Motorcycle Design by Automotive Engineer

The original Norton Shrike was designed and built in 1983 as a safer alternative to the conventional motorcycle. It’s creator, Dave Norton, has over two decades of automotive racing and engineering experience.

Brooklyn Design Firm Creates Nike Athletic Case Using Dibond ACM

The designers at Brooklyn-based firm WeShouldDoItAll (WSDIA) were tasked by Nike with the extraordinary job of designing a case for NFL pro athletes in two days. With help from fabricators from the Guild, they created a premium cold weather case that included Nike products across the athletes training continuum.

Dibond Aluminum Composite Panels Create Storage As Bicycle Racks

Taking his love of bicycles, coupled with his desire to build and problem-solve, Joseph Ahearne became a custom bike framer in Portland, Oregon. He uses bike design as a form of creative expression as well as a method of promoting environmental awareness.