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Clint Baclawski, Boston Artist, Light Bulbs, Plexiglas Mounted Dibond, LED Art, Pink Church 2014

Boston Artist Creates Incredible Three-Dimensional Works Utilizing Light, Mirrored Glass and Dibond ACM

Clint Baclawski, Pink Church, 2014 Clint Baclawski is a Boston-based artist whose series of light integrated works take his background in photography and visual arts to new heights. Baclawski received his MFA in 2008 and currently works at Massachusetts College of Art and Design, the only free standing public school of art and design in the country.
One World Trade, Dibond, Banova, Display, 3A Composites Graphic Display USA, Classic Graphics, ACI Design, Photography Classic Graphics

One World Trade Center’s Iconic Design Recreated With Dibond, Banova Print

At 1,776 feet tall – a height designed to pay homage to the signing of the Declaration of Independence – New York City’s One World Trade Center is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere. Featuring an iconic design comprised of eight elongated isosceles triangles, the 104-story office tower built adjacent to the 9/11 Memorial & Museum is topped by the One World Observatory and a 408-foot tall spire.
Art of Living Foundation, Second Church of Christ, Historic Building, Design Dynamic, Exterior Dibond Signage, Los Angeles, California, Photo Untold LA Blog

Design Dynamics Use Dibond For Challenging Signage On Historically Registered Building

Design Dynamics, California signage and print specialists, recently completed the exterior signage on a historically registered building in Los Angeles. The project was a difficult one, requiring new signage to be applied to the classical architectural marvel. The signage was required to not damage the building, or permanently alter it in any way.
Tara Signs, Piaggio Rebranding UK Motoplex, Dibond, Exterior Signage

UK Sign Manufacturer Helps With Massive Rebranding Program Using Dibond ACM

In a massive global rebranding program, the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer, Piaggio, established a new presence throughout the UK. The powerhouse manufacturer Piaggio encompasses iconic brands such as Vespa, Gilera, Aprilia and Moto Guzzi. The company rolled out this rebrand called Motoplex throughout the UK with the help of corporate signage manufacturers, Tara Signs.
Rookes Alley Castle Street Subways Revitialization, Wallspace UK, Dibond, Digital Print, ACM

Dreary Subways Redesigned With Colorful Student Artwork Printed On Dibond ACM

There were a number of factors that dictated the initiation of the revitalization of the Rookes Alley and Castle Street Subways. A major contributor for the redesign was the mounting pressure from local authorities to improve air quality and encourage walkability within the city.
Ian Kirkpatrick, Leeds Artist, Renaissance, Dibond Mural, South Bank UK

Leeds Artist Brings New Life To Vacant Building With Colorful Dibond Mural

Ian Kirkpatrick is a Canadian-born artist who moved to the UK in 2008 where he began his graphic design and contemporary art career. His works have been featured on an international scale from New York to Berlin galleries. Unlike artists who often choose a single, or maybe even a few mediums to work with, Kirkpatrick utilizes a wide array of materials from corrugated cardboard to stainless steel.
Walk Of Heroes, Armed Forces Day 2015, The Color Company, Birmingham, Westside Business Improvement District, Dibond, Broad Street Displays

Exterior Exhibition Celebrates Local Wartime Heroes With Dibond Displays

There is a distinct sense of pride created when honoring a community’s local heroes. To memorialize local war heroes for Armed Forces Day in 2015, the ‘Walk of Heroes’ was created as an annual celebration for the community. UK print specialists, The Color Company, worked closely with Birmingham’s Westside Business Improvement Distinct to create the unique series of outdoor Dibond displays.
Tessel, David Letellier, LAb(au), MediaRuimte, Roger Tator, Dibond

Suspended Sound Installation Uses Uniquely Laser-Cut Dibond Panels

Tessel is a collaborative kinetic sound installation by French composer/artist David Letellier and Lab [au], an electronic arts studio. The suspended installation utilizes intricately folded Dibond aluminum composite sheets integrated with audio transducers. The Dibond was laser cut into 40 triangles, 12 of which were fit with motors and eight with the sound transducers.