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Hayal Pozanti Acrylic On Dibond, Levy Delval SUNDAY, Photo Benjamin Westoby, Artsy

Artist Creates Dibond Acrylic Mural Using Her Own Lexicon

At London’s SUNDAY Art Fair, there is a satellite known as “Frieze” that fosters emerging art talent. There you could find artist Hayal Pozanti cut-out paintings that form a mural spelling abbreviations of “Deny,” “Degrade,” and “Destroy.” It’s a secret message written in her own “Instant Paradise” alphabet, a personal lexicon that features 21 shapes that are repetitious in her artwork.
3A COMPOSITES GRAPHIC DISPLAY DIBOND RUBEN DERIEMAEKER MORE FRUIT

Fruit Bowl Explores The Flexibility Of Dibond Aluminum Composite

More Fruit is an exploratory product design by Belgian designer, Ruben Deriemaeker. The project utilizes Dibond aluminum composite waste material that is cut, milled and folded to produce a fruit bowl. Interestingly, the fruit bowl only fits together when fruit is in the bowl, without it, it collapses.
Wandering Sukkah, Danielle Durchslag Ryan Frank, New York, Dibond Art Installation

Wandering Sukkah Mobile Dibond Art Installation Creates Reflective Space For New Yorkers

Danielle Durchslag and Ryan Frank are New York artists and creators of the towering “Wandering Sukkah” for the city’s inhabitants. The art installation features stacked Dibond aluminum composite trapezoids that are vinyl-painted in various colors. The sky blue, peach, pastel yellow, candy and red brick geometry was modeled after New York City skyscrapers, according to the artists.
KAPA tech 3A Composites USA

KAPA tech Hybrid Graphic Display Board Features Light Weight of Foam Board, Durability of ACM

KAPA® tech – an innovative hybrid graphic display board that combines the lightweight characteristics of a foam board with the durability of an aluminum composite material – will be introduced to the Americas by 3A Composites USA at the 2015 SGIA Expo in Atlanta Nov. 4-6 at Booth No 1819.
Frank Gregory, Dibond Art Mural, Manchester New Hampshire Youth Development Center, Now & Then & Now & When

Dibond Art Mural Promotes Positivity For Youth Development Center

Visual artist Frank Gregory completed a Dibond painted mural for the Manchester New Hampshire Youth Development Center called “Now & Then & Now & When.” The acrylic painted mural features aluminum composite panels cut into silhouettes of shapes and then assembled onto the wall, similar to assemble of puzzle pieces.

Affection For Moms Reflected In University’s Floating Gatorplast Display

As a large-format custom print solution-provider, Portage, Mich.-based Agio Imaging has been meeting the wide-ranging graphics needs of both local and national clients since 2002. From creating custom special-event displays to high-end interior décor, retail-store signage, wall coverings, banners and trade-show exhibits, Agio Imaging recommends digitally direct-printed rigid substrates for their durability, sleek appearance, fast production times and improved color saturation.
UpcyLamps, UpcyDesigns, Michaela and Axel Kresse, Dibond Scrap Material Lighting

Dibond Scrap Material Upcycled Into Origami Inspired Lamps By German Design Duo

For their first project, designers Michaela and Axel Kresse created a “Minimalistic design and high-tech, combined with responsiveness for the environment, this is UpcyLamps.” In a Kickstarter campaign, the Mauloff, Germany-based duo, are asking for help to make their UpcyDesigns a household name. The project utilizes Dibond aluminum composite scrap material and repurposes it into a unique lighting system.

The Effects of Static Electricity on Digitally Printed Plastic Materials

When an ink droplet leaves the print head of a digital printer, it acquires a positive electrical charge, which allows it to be directed precisely to the point where it needs to be in order to achieve the desired image. If the material that is being printed has residual static charges on its surface, it may lead to detrimental effects on the finished print. This is due to the simple fact that materials with opposite charges tend to attract each other.