In another collaborative project between the branding specialists at Parker Design and the sign experts at Spiral Colour, the team created a series of outdoor displays for a development on the beach at Allonby, Cumbia. The team at Parker was looking for a way to communicate an upcoming development project with stakeholders, so they sought the expertise of Spiral Colour to create the informative exterior series.
Liganova, a retail branding company, has worked with some of the top retailers in the world to include Adidas, Tommy Hilfiger, and Mercedes-Benz. The company, back in 2012, was responsible for designing and producing a mobile store for HUGO BOSS.
Bright neon colored fish made from Dibond aluminum composite material makes up a 22 by 186 foot art installation in Torrington, Connecticut. The artist responsible for the colorful exhibit, Danielle Mailer, conceptualized the vision when it was determined that the wall at the town’s Staples center was an eyesore. A major part of the vision included inviting members of the nearby communities to participate in the project. The giant mural was created by aspiring artists as young as nine years old.
Artist, Joanna Pinsky, is influenced by architecture, history, and places when creating her two-dimensional sculptures from Gatorfoam graphic display board. In her latest work on display, all summer at Oakton’s Koehnline Museum of Art in Des Plaines, Illinois, Pinsky expresses inspiration from over a dozen trips to Cuba in the last 15 years.
Large, bright creatures sprawl across Gatorfoam in the new series by former Columbus College of Art and Design president Denny Griffith. A little frisky, boldly erotic, and unapologetically joyful, the invented species in the paintings take on a world that is entirely their own. There are several paintings in the series, each one taking on a slightly cartoonish, fun approach with a playful Dali-like surrealism.
Linda Enger is a photographer, artist, and garden enthusiast living in Scottsdale, Arizona. Her latest work on display in Scottsdale is a printed photograph on white Dibond Aluminum Composite of a “tabletop” arrangement containing turquoise polished stones and a mini golden barrel cactus. The piece is a culmination of the artist’s passions and talents.
In another installation by the “Migrator” artist, Krista Svalbonas, the focus is on the Logan Fontenelle Housing Project from the New Deal. In the series the artist further explores her history as a child of parents who immigrated to the United States as refugees from Latvia and Lithuania. The exploration led her to create a body of work around the theme of impermanence in relation to the idea of “home”.
Artist Krista Svalbonas experiments with Dibond aluminum composite material to create abstract architectural sculptures. In her “Migrator” series, the artist creates musings on architecture of the past and present.