Bluemedia of Tempe, Arizona are experts in fabricating signage materials for the worlds biggest brands. The team fabricates and installs large-scale wall graphics and signage for events, retailers and even small businesses. In the past few years the team has seen increased commissions on interior décor for offices and non-public spaces, motivating the company to create new and impressive signage solutions.
The team at Professional Sign Services in Chattanooga, TN completed the in-venue signage at Finley Stadium. The stadium is the largest sports and events venue in Chattanooga and seats over 20,000 visitors.
3A Composites USA is pleased to announce that it has expanded its PRO Series line of graphic display boards featuring enhanced printing surfaces with Sintra® ECLIPSE – a next-generation graphic display board designed for the easy production of graphics that pop on a black PVC board.
At the Morley Nelson Community Center in West Boise, public artist Marcus Pierce completed a three-paneled mural named “Vision of Species.” The pieces were created using acrylic and automotive polyurethane on a Dibond aluminum composite backing.
The print experts at ArtisanHD of Scottsdale, Arizona partnered with photographer Andy Lara for a large scale print that was “pleasantly challenging,” as Artisan describes. Andy Lara is a still photographer, videographer and Creative Director who in the past traveled the world photographing bands.
In London, a powerhouse team completed a stunning mobile podcast studio coined The Pod. Fathom Architects in collaboration with Charcoalblue, dn&co Design Consultants, Sweco UK M&E Consultants and Box Deluxe Construction, completed the project in 2017. For their client Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan, Aimco, the team designed a movable, temporary structure to be used for both podcasters and musicians. The 226-foot modular studio seats six people and is constructed with state-of-the-art recording technologies.
Monica Bonvicini is a Berlin-based artist who has rocked the visual arts community for decades. Her substrates, like her context, have no boundaries. Her pieces, “…investigate the relationship between architecture, power, gender, space, surveillance and control—is translated into works that question the meaning of making art, the ambiguity of language, and the limits and possibilities attached to the ideal of freedom,” she describes.
The Luce Museum at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville opened in 2008 with an abundance of historical displays set to showcase the unique history of the University. Available to students, faculty and the Platteville community, the displays and archives explore the University’s rich historical references dating back to the 1860s.
Artists often experiment with different substrates. For artist Emily Randolph, her continuous use of Dibond aluminum composite showcases its versatility. For her latest piece ‘Cascade’ currently on debut at the Bennett Sculpture Carmel in California, she demonstrates her expertise as a mixed-use artist.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) holds an annual Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. This year, in her first exhibition Alex Rainford-Roberts of Alex Rainford-Roberts Garden and Landscape Design won the Silver Gilt metal award in the Conceptual Gardens Category. Sponsored by Dibond aluminum composite, the immersion Apeiron: The Dibond Garden creates a unique user experience.