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.
Spiral Colour has a team on staff dedicated to hoarding design and installation. Adlington Retirement Apartments for Independent Living in Macclesfield provides 24-hour care and overlooks a nearby canal. Hoarding designs require a site survey to ensure smooth installation, especially on sites with complicated topography.
Jay Allen, owner of ShawCraft Signs, is no stranger to the task of historically commemorative murals. The artist was responsible for the Lincoln Highway’s hand-painted murals that stretched for 179 miles of Illinois from Fulton to Lynwood.
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.
Christopher Farrell is a renowned fine artist based in London. His illustrious career began after studying Visual Arts at De Montfort University and then gaining his post-graduate degree at the RA Schools. It was at the RA Schools that he received a variety of awards and an invitation to Buckingham Palace to meet the Queen to acknowledge the achievements of young people in the UK.
The Cavaliers Team Shop on the east side of the Quicken Loans Arena nearly doubled in size with its renovation. The 5,700 square foot, two-story shop houses Cavs gear and showcased the team’s newest additions back in 2010. The flagship store featured the team’s updated color scheme, breathing new life into their established fandom.