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Articles by Fabrication: Painting

Frank Gregory, Dibond Art Mural, Manchester New Hampshire Youth Development Center, Now & Then & Now & When

Dibond Art Mural Promotes Positivity For Youth Development Center

Visual artist Frank Gregory completed a Dibond painted mural for the Manchester New Hampshire Youth Development Center called “Now & Then & Now & When.” The acrylic painted mural features aluminum composite panels cut into silhouettes of shapes and then assembled onto the wall, similar to assemble of puzzle pieces.

Renowned Artist Creates Masterful Oil On Dibond Paintings

Daughter of the famous “psychic realist” painter Rudolf Hausner, Xenia Hausner has gained world recognition since she became an exclusive painter in the early 1990’s. Although she began her career in the 1970s as a stage designer, she began working exclusively as a painter in 1992. Her works have been theorized to have complex and sometimes ambiguous relationships depicted. The artist focuses on female narratives, empowering woman on a global scale.

Artist Creates Incredible Hyper-Realistic Oil Painting On Dibond

Dibond aluminum composite panels are often used for direct printing artistic works and are becoming increasing popular as a painting substrate.

Artist Paints Dibond Mural For First Boy Scout Troop In California

The City of Lindsay commissioned artist Josie Figueroa to paint a mural as an ode to the first Boy Scout troop in California, “Troop One.” Robert Baden Powell created the Boy Scouts in England and 1907, bringing the idea to the east coast of America just three years later.

Stenciled Art Journal Features Gatorfoam And Fome-Cor Board-Book Pages

Artist Mary Beth Shaw, of Wildwood, Mo., wears any number of professional hats from mixed-media painter to author and nationally recognized workshop instructor. But, she may best be known these days as “StencilGirl” in reference to her role as founder of StencilGirl Products.

Dibond Used In Unique Motorcycle Design by Automotive Engineer

The original “Norton Shrike” road bike 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.

Sintra Expanded PVC Board Made Into Comic-Con Convention Costume

Sci-fi enthusiast Cris Knight built a costume using Sintra expanded PVC board for the Comic-Con convention in Las Vegas. The character “Bender” from the popular animated television series Futurama, written and designed by Matt Groening, was the inspiration for the costume.

NEW SMART-X® Heavy-Duty, Recyclable Foam Board Introduced to Americas by 3A Composites USA

STATESVILLE, N.C. (Jan. 23) – SMART-X® graphic display board has been introduced by 3A Composites USA as the first heavy-duty foam board available in the Americas that is 100 percent recyclable.

Plastex Fabricators Chooses GATORFOAM® For Lightweight, Dimensional Store Decor

Plastex Fabricators of Charlotte, Inc., a custom commercial fabricator based in Charlotte, N.C., has specialized in meeting the interior décor needs of several East Coast-based supermarket chains and convenience stores for the past 20 years.

GATORFOAM® Rides Rails Of Success As Rigid-Yet-Lightweight Substrate For Model Railroading

Dave Myers cut his teeth, so to speak, on Gatorfoam® graphic display board as an educational-TV set designer in Hagerstown, Md., in the ’70s, when he used the industry’s leading heavy-duty foam board to create cut-out letters and 3-D props. Myers later opened his own commercial sign shop – DMG Studios in Hagerstown – a business in which he often turned to Gatorfoam as his rigid substrate of choice for sign-making, including such memorable point-of-purchase displays as 4-foot tall milk cartons for a local dairy.
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