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Dibond Material Murals at “The School of Heroes”

A new pre-K to 5th-grade school in Maspeth, Queens, P.S. 58, is named "The School of Heroes" in honor of area men and women who lost their lives during the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001. In the school’s auditorium, a public artwork project includes a multi-paneled mural as a historic timeline and scenes involving that New York City rescue effort.

Landale Signs Has People Looking Up…Way Up

In the first phase of a major, ongoing signage program for Agricore United, Landale Signs of Edmonton, Alberta, has installed one hundred large signs of Dibond® Material on inland grain terminals – 150 feet above ground. The 10’ x 24’ signs were screen printed in colors of blue and gold on 3mm white Dibond Material panels of aluminum composite material (ACM).

Muralist’s Work is “Mile High and Rising”

When Marcus Akinlana was commissioned to create a large mural for the Denver International Airport (DIA), he selected Dibond Material for the painting substrate — material which has been used for a wide range of exhibit and display applications.

Sintra Material Screen Printed for New Balance® Display

"The client, New Balance, wanted 500 displays to feature soccer shoes in their own retail outlets, as they were introducing this product to the U.S. market," said Steve Mann of Henschel-Steinau, Inc., Point of Purchase Advertising in Englewood, New Jersey. "The client wanted a high-quality image to compete against other brands of soccer shoes."

Dibond Material Pennants Wave Durable Welcome

There’s just something about pennants flapping in the breeze at a new home community that gets the attention of passersby and helps to welcome newcomers. Debbie Fisher of Marketshare Inc., in Roseville, CA, wanted the effect of windblown fabric, but she and her client wanted something more durable.

Exhibits Lead to Sintra® Material Artwork

In 1995, when James B. Campbell started working as an exhibit designer for Channel-Kor Systems, Inc., of Bloomington, Indiana, he became intrigued with the properties of Sintra Material –– for fine art projects as well as exhibits.

Material Selection Helps Grow Exhibit Success

Skyline® of Eagan, Minnesota, became successful with lightweight, portable exhibits. Yet, the company saw a growing need to help their clients become successful at trade shows through a larger, more substantial presence, while retaining as much as possible the lightweight and economical qualities of smaller exhibits.

Sintra® Material Helps “Wave the Flags”

"I had used many variations of fabric banners and flags in past projects but wanted to provide my client, Breckinridge Middle School, with a unique display of flags," said Marc Waller, president of Thayer Design of Monroe, Virginia. For the atrium of the Roanoke, Virginia, school, Thayer Design created a display of flags representing 48 nations. The project was installed in the spring of 2000.

Sears, Roebuck and Co. Chooses Black Gatorfoam®

At the dawn of this new millennium, a company with more than a century’s experience under its belt in the jeans business has chosen to move forward by embracing its heritage. Levi Strauss & Co., the venerable San Francisco-based apparel maker founded in 1853, has launched a global branding campaign focused on the traditional Levi’s® red Tab Device that has adorned the company’s jeans for decades.

Sintra® Material Art at Milwaukee Art Museum

When Cheonae Kim was looking for material to make an artistic statement on the exterior of the Milwaukee Art Museum, she selected Sintra Material. At the request of the Museum, the material was donated by 3A Composites USA Inc., which manufactures Sintra Material in North America, and supplied by Commercial Plastics and Supply Corp., the nation's largest distributor of Sintra Material.
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