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Game Boy Gets Supersized Using Sintra Expanded PVC Board

The joy of the late eighties came alive with a simple handheld video game device known as the Nintendo Game Boy. The 3.5” by 5.8” frame made the device the first handheld console in the Nintendo lineup resulting in a cult-like following and a wildly popular product for the video game company. A few decades later, and many new product releases, an engineering nerd with a dream, threw it back to the original game set.

Tradeshow Specialists Use Vinyl Covered Dibond Panels For Gurit Exhibition

Enigma Visual Solutions in London was commissioned by Gurit, composites specialist, to design and construct their exhibition stand. Gurit rejected the first design, composed of BeMatrix frames and a canopy structure, for not reflecting the ingenuity of their brand. The company was seeking a more “innovative” design that featured graphics and lighting.

Contemporary Artist Creates Abstract Tree Paintings On Dibond Aluminum Composite

‘Alarming’ … a detail from Untitled (Baum 44), 2015, by Albert Oehlen. Photograph: Stefan Rohner/Courtesy Gagosian Gallery Recently, Sean O'Hagan at The Guardian interviewed Albert Oehlen about his Gagosian Gallery exhibition in Mayfair. O'Hagan’s interview explores the artist’s skeletal tree paintings, but also is an examination of the artist himself. Oehlen’s interpretations of trees, being abstract and minimalistic in nature, are painted on the artists’ substrate of choice, Dibond aluminum composite.
Riverside Elementary School, David Fichter, Danvers, Massachusetts, Dibond Painting Mural, Salem News

Artist Helps Elementary School Students Create Floor To Ceiling Mural On Healthy Living In Their City

Muralist, David Fichter of Cambridge, Massachusetts, recently worked with a local elementary school to assist in the design and construction of a large mural showcasing healthy living in the town of Danvers. As part of a grant, from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the John Thomas Schroeder Foundation, Fichter oversaw the project and assisted the students in their endeavor, which was sponsored by the DanversCares community Coalition.

UK Artist Creates Captivating Exhibition Using Several Different Substrates

Genesis Imaging, in London, recently completed a large-scale exhibition project for artist Gayle Chong Kwan’s ‘Anthropo-scene.’ The project utilized several different substrates, in large and small format, to include, “…Direct to Media UV prints on Dibond, marine plywood and glass, Lambda C-type prints, Giclee Fine Art prints and Bespoke framing for the multilayer installation that explores the built environment, strata and waste, in relation to the City of London,” according to experts at Genesis.

Gatorfoam Helps Visual Merchandising Specialists Wow In Top Retailer

Visual merchandising specialists, The Bernard Group out of Chanhassen, Minnesota, have a client list that features some of the top retailers in a variety of categories to include companies like: Kate Spade, Best Buy, Sephora, Delta and West Marine. Their extensive knowledge of the retail market is showcased in their fixtures and merchandisers seen in stores nationwide.

Sign-Maker Creates Big Looks For Small-Business Mall Storefronts With Gatorfoam

Shopping-mall signage often is associated with national retail stores that pour thousands of dollars into supporting a corporate-designed brand image. While much of that storefront signage is designed for installation inside enclosed mall spaces, these signs often are fabricated with the kinds of sturdy materials that are designed to weather outdoor conditions.
Aluneed, Mortiz von Helldorff, furniture, Germany, Dibond Aluminum Composite

Dibond Helps German Designer Create Compact Functional Closet

German-based product designer, Moritz con Helldorff, and his team create furniture, lighting and other accessories. Utilizing cutting-edge production techniques, the team is committed to both “traditional craftsmanship and modern design.” In one of his independent projects, Helldorff created the Aluneed, a multifunctional closet space for the German consumer. The fully functional closet, according to Helldorff, is “designed to hold the clothes of an average German man.”