The Centro Servizi Culturali Santa Chiara is a cultural services center situated in the northern mountains of Italy, in the province of Trento. The Center offers cultural arts events to the public, such as musical and theatrical performances, and historical installations as well as meeting and event spaces. Along with the Center's two theaters, an adjoining urban park links different parts of the city attracting people of all ages and cultures. Unfortunately, part of the Centro Servizi has been uninhabited for ages and in a severe state of disrepair despite the fact that it is partially protected by "Sovrintendenza dei Beni architettonici", a cultural heritage committee. Except for graffiti of a modest artistic level, there are offensive and xenophobic writings on the walls, evidence not only of urban but also civil decay.
Local architects Elisa Burnazzi and Davide Feltrin, co-owners of Burnazzi Feltrin Architetti, have rejuvenated the entry way to the Centro Servizi by upcycling approximately 200 DIBOND® panels recovered from billboards used to advertise past performances at the Centro Servizi.
Bell’s Brewery, Inc., a regional brewer headquartered in Kalamazoo, Mich., has been making a name for itself since 1985 by brewing quality craft beers in both its Kalamazoo and Comstock, Mich., locations.
While started as a quest by Larry Bell, president
of Bell’s Brewery, to create a better beer in a 15-gallon stovetop soup kettle,
this independent, family-owned business is now the seventh largest craft
brewery in the United States, brewing more than 20 craft beers for distribution
by Bell’s Brewery employees throughout 41 states as well as in Puerto Rico and
Containerville, a Max Barney Estate development, provides affordable self-contained office spaces for start-ups and small businesses in East London. A neighborhood formerly recognized as London’s manufacturing and industrial hub has been transformed over the years into a cultural arts and innovation center. A recent marketing campaign for the real-estate development utilized a hoarding design which adopts a trend-forward approach and speaks to the local community’s artistic fluency. The design was managed by Art Director and Partner at OneAnother, Paul Hamilton. Paul had previous experience branding former campaigns for The Estate Office Shoreditch and was contacted once again for the new development – Containerville, managed by a former Estate Office Shoreditch member and now entrepreneur of the Max Barney Estate. Paul commissioned Chris Bianchi and Stephanie Von Reiswitz from LeGun who also had experience in previous campaigns, to produce a palette of nearly 100 individual illustrations which would then be colored and combined to create a variety of marketing materials.
James and Karla Murray -- a married team of architectural and interior photographers based in New York City -- have been on a mission for two-plus decades to document and preserve images of "mom-and-pop" storefronts scattered throughout the city's boroughs that not only have fulfilled residents' retail needs but created a sense of community through their daily interactions.
DAVIDSON, N.C. (Feb. 13) – The Oxford Museum of Natural History received nearly 100 proposals from artists asked to create contemporary art to coincide with the museum’s temporary exhibition entitled “Settlers: Genetics, geography and the peopling of Britain” (https://oumnh.ox.ac.uk/event/settlers).
The selected bold style of contemporary artist and graphic designer Ian Kirkpatrick (www.iankirkpatrick.ca) would serve in sharp contrast to the Victorian neo-Gothic architectural design of the museum founded in 1860 in Oxford, England.
The Story Ashland is a modern church in Ashland, Oregon that focuses on bringing the community and local youth together through Sunday gatherings, local chapters and biblical teachings. They take a progressive approach to spreading their message, and have gained a following by providing a place outside the church to promote religious discovery and empowerment. The vitality and atmosphere of the church is apparent through their use of design. The Story Ashland develops their designs in-house and outsources to the Signs Now Medford for fabrication.
During a construction or renovation project, it can be challenging determining what, if any, temporary signage materials to utilize. For the renovation of the “prestigious” Golden Gates in Warrington, Cheshire, England, Wallace Print was commissioned to provide a temporary signage solution. READ MORE
Signage serves an important function for a small town like Silverthorne, Colorado; it’s a first impression to visitors and a welcome home to residents. The old Silverthorne signs had been around for 15 years, made of wood and lacked character. However, the new signs, fabricated by House of Signs and designed by Roger Cox, provide a charming and warm welcome. READ MORE
Willamette Print & Blueprint (WP&B) has been serving Oregon and Southwest Washington’s reprographics needs since the 1970s. The full-service reprographics provider was founded in 1975 by Michael Amato and has since adapted to offer customers the latest technologies in graphic imaging services. READ MORE
Tavis Lochhead is a Toronto-based visual artist whose recent work is a sort of anthropologic exploration of the digital age. “Identity Crisis” is the artist’s 2017 exhibition that focuses on the human experience in modern digital times; more so, the piece poses questions about how personal identity and representation change when online. READ MORE
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