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Restaurant Rebranding Honors Local Famous In Digitally Printed Wallpapers

The graphics specialists at Oasis Graphics Co., in Berkshire, UK, were commissioned to assist in the redesign of the Pizza Express restaurant chain back in 2012. Their design/architectural clients were interested in their production and installation capabilities for the restaurants’ bespoke graphics in four locations.

Seattle Team Creates Attention Grabbing Signage For Kid’s CrossFit

CrossFit, one of the nation’s fastest growing fitness empires, has expanded in the Seattle area in a fun addition for children. Sonic CrossFit Kids is a new business start up dedicated to kids and teens in a greater Seattle business district. The company sought the assistance of signage specialists, RainMaker Signs, to achieve awareness, among other things, in this highly trafficked area.
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The Home Of English Rugby Updates Concrete Exterior With Custom KAPA Tech Banners

English football and rugby dominate the sports pages in the UK. The arenas for these sports, with international visitors, seat tens of thousands of people for any given event. Later this year, the UK will host the Rugby World Cup at “the home of English rugby,” Twickenham Stadium. With the eyes of the world soon on the stadium, the marketing team at Twickenham sought updates for the building’s concrete exterior.
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Photographer Examines Life In 14 Different African Cities For Exhibition

Lard Buurman, trained Dutch photographer, travels the world examining the every day life of human beings. Starting his photographic exploration in Europe, he traveled to China to examine urbanization in the second and third world. Interestingly, that’s what brought the artist to Africa where his “Africa Junctions—Capturing the City” photography series was created.

Artist Wallpapers 3D Rooms In Famous Artworks

The series, “Brand New Paint Job” by Canadian artist Jon Rafmann, utilizes Google 3D Warehouse models as templates for his artist renderings of famous works. He, in essence, “wallpapers” these rooms with art exposing the idea of what if a canvas hadn’t been the artists’ preferred substrate, but interior design instead.