Boston-based artist Clint Baclawski continues to fascinate us with his dynamic ability to elevate his signature artistic style. Having featured the artist numerous times, Baclawski’s latest works Dwelling and Greener Pastures were completed just two months ago.
Back in 2014, Boston-based artist Clint Baclawski began working with Dibond aluminum composite as a substrate for his three-dimensional artworks. His diverse works feature a series of photographs manipulated with the use of LED lighting tubes and mirrored plexiglas. He was invited to complete an on-site installation for Boston’s HUBweek in October of last year where he created a truly immersive experience.
In the Business Center at the University of Louisville a different company sponsors each room. The Kroger room features a series of multi-dimensional, multi-layered, wall panels that create a three-dimensional representation of the Kroger brand. Kentucky sign specialists, Spectra Imaging, created the panels using a variety of modern printing techniques to achieve the inspiring display.
Clint Baclawski, Pink Church, 2014
Clint Baclawski is a Boston-based artist whose series of light integrated works take his background in photography and visual arts to new heights. Baclawski received his MFA in 2008 and currently works at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, the only free standing public school of art and design in the country.
In an exhibit featured in early 2016, photographer Robert Rodriguez Jr. included his recent landscape works at the Bank Square Coffee House in Beacon, NY. The exhibition presented a series of 11 large format prints onto 1” thick Gatorfoam board.
Lard Buurman, trained Dutch photographer, travels the world examining the every day life of human beings. Starting his photographic exploration in Europe, he traveled to China to examine urbanization in the second and third world. Interestingly, that’s what brought the artist to Africa where his “Africa Junctions—Capturing the City” photography series was created.
The series, “Brand New Paint Job” by Canadian artist Jon Rafmann, utilizes Google 3D Warehouse models as templates for his artist renderings of famous works. He, in essence, “wallpapers” these rooms with art exposing the idea of what if a canvas hadn’t been the artists’ preferred substrate, but interior design instead.
2015 marks the 10th annual Wide-Format Imaging Top Product Awards. Like last year, another Fome-Cor product was chosen in the Rigid & Semi-Rigid Category! This year our Fome-Cor® Canvas Board was selected by readers of Wide-Format Imaging for the award.
This blog post discusses methods for using Dibond materials in mounting applications. These applications typically entail the attachment of some type of graphic to the Dibond surface. The graphic to be mounted may be printed on paper, foil, plastic or fabric provided the proper types of methods and adhesives are used.