Articles by Product: DIBOND®

Artist Creates Uncategorized Exhibition Capturing Memorable Moments of Hip Hop Culture

Chi Modu is a Nigerian-born artist whose photography has gained global recognition. Given the opportunity at a young age to stay in the states, while his parents remained in Nigeria, he was given a unique sense of independence and self-awareness early on. After his college career at Rutgers, he got a job at The Source, which was the definitive magazine for hip-hop culture at the time.

In Case You Missed It: Creative Dibond Art Applications

We’ve examined a multitude of artistic applications for our Dibond aluminum composite material. Over the years, artists have used it as a substrate for painting, a mounting substrate for their photography, a furniture medium and even a substrate for three-dimensional sculpture.

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.

Art Installation Replaces Ugly Wall On A London High Street

Across from Waitrose Car Park on Balham High Street in London is what locals call the “Ugly Wall.” In an attempt to “enliven the streetscape” an artistic motif was proposed to be placed on the wall in a three-year art installation. The artist, Tod Hanson, used a series of architectural motifs as his creative approach. The work depicts the historical identity of Balham in an eye-catching visual display.

Stunning Dibond Aluminum Composite Lighting Concepts From Abroad

We have featured two European lamp designs utilizing Dibond Aluminum Composite Material (ACM), each were incredible examples of the versatility of the material. Now, with two more examples of lighting designs, it is evident that Dibond is entering a new market segment in which designers are bringing new light to this traditional signage material.

Charlotte Museum of History Tells Stories & Preserves Area’s Past

A perusal of The Charlotte Museum of History’s web site yields a succinct yet significant explanation of exactly why the museum collects and displays artifacts. “Museums collect for various stated purposes,” reads the “About the Collection” opening statement “but in the end all the objects and documents serve the same purpose – to tell a story.”

Graphics Gurus, HVG, Wow Again With Show-Stopping Displays

Australian marking firm, Rodney Robertson & Associates were commissioned to design high-impact displays for automotive giants, Mitsubishi and Mercedes Benz. The displays needed to exemplify the brands not only in the content featured but also by the use of superior quality substrate materials. Geoff Sykes of Rodney Robertson & Associates states, “…quality signage can make all the difference…first impressions are lasting—a good sign stands out in a crowd and leaves a long-lasting, positive impression.”