There is a distinct sense of pride created when honoring a community’s local heroes. To memorialize local war heroes for Armed Forces Day in 2015, the ‘Walk of Heroes’ was created as an annual celebration for the community. UK print specialists, The Color Company, worked closely with Birmingham’s Westside Business Improvement Distinct to create the unique series of outdoor Dibond displays.
The Sign Chef, an on-line custom sign company based in Charleston, S.C., boasts more than 170,000 worldwide clients including retail stores, corporations, professional offices, universities and hospitals.
Tessel is a collaborative kinetic sound installation by French composer/artist David Letellier and Lab [au], an electronic arts studio. The suspended installation utilizes intricately folded Dibond aluminum composite sheets integrated with audio transducers. The Dibond was laser cut into 40 triangles, 12 of which were fit with motors and eight with the sound transducers.
Emily Randolph is a mixed-media artist who’s complex works are both colorful and captivating. Producing dozens of pieces annually, her works employ dimensional layers. The layers feature a variety of medias from dried flowers, textured glass, and pepples/stones. Randolph notes a single source of inspiration…happiness.
Luxury South West English boutique hotel, the Bull Hotel, sits in the market town of Bridport. The vintage quarter is known for its lush landscape due to the proximity of the famous Jurassic Coast of West Dorset. The chic hotel has 19 rooms and two restaurants, resembling the intimacy of a bed and breakfast. The award-winning hotel has a distinctive and highly recognizable brand image featuring a somewhat minimalistic design approach.
New PRO Series Is The Next Generation Of Graphic Display Boards With Enhanced Printing Surfaces To Be Introduced At ISA 2017
3A Composites USA’s all new PRO Series – the next generation of graphic display boards featuring enhanced printing surfaces – will be introduced at the ISA International Sign Expo 2017 to be held April 20-22 in Las Vegas.
Commissioned by Cliché Marketing in 2015, Spiral Colour’s Hoarding Printing specialty group designed and installed nearly 300 feet of Dibond hoarding for a riverside property development. The Cheshire West & Chester Council development lies along the River Weaver, in the Northwich town center, and will feature, upon its completion, 320,000 square feet of retail, leisure and parking space.
For a print shop with 19 years of color accuracy - consistency is everything, according to Mike Goldner, an account manager at Artisan Colour, a digital commercial printer, located in Scottsdale, Arizona.
UpcyDesign was created by German design duo Axel and Michaela Kresse. Their impressive lighting series utilizes Dibond aluminum composite scrap material that it upcycled into unique lamps.
The Bagg’s Square mural is a 76-foot historical timeline of Utica’s past. In Utica, New York, a $250,000 grant was awarded from National Grid to the Bagg’s Square Association, which enabled the association to develop a large Dibond paneled mural, designed by Michelle Truett. The installation features 110 historical elements including people, places and events that made the city what is today.