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Ian Kirkpatrick Oxford Museum

Contemporary Artwork Created with Dibond® Reflects Museum’s Exhibition with Bold Contrast to Neo-Gothic Architecture

© Ian Kirkpatrick DAVIDSON, N.C. (Feb. 13) – The Oxford Museum of Natural History received nearly 100 proposals from artists asked to create contemporary art to coincide with the museum’s temporary exhibition entitled “Settlers: Genetics, geography and the peopling of Britain” (https://oumnh.ox.ac.uk/event/settlers). The selected bold style of contemporary artist and graphic designer Ian Kirkpatrick (www.iankirkpatrick.ca) would serve in sharp contrast to the Victorian neo-Gothic architectural design of the museum founded in 1860 in Oxford, England.
Gatorfoam Lettering

Life-Size Gatorfoam® Letters Beautifully Fabricated for Marketing of Higher Education App

Slate is an information management system for higher education admissions and advancements developed by Technolutions, Inc., featuring a robust set of functions and integrations. Technolutions is a leader in the higher education industry and hosts The Slate Innovation Summit every year, bringing together admissions counselors, operations staff, technical staff, directors and deans of admission, from varying Institutions. As a technological advancement, the app deserved a display fabricated with bold and purposeful design.

Contributing to a Sustainable Future in Graphics Display – The Launch of Dispa®

A Recyclable Rigid Substrate. Graphics, displays and signage are a vast part of visual communication in our environments and therefore place a significant impact on sustainability practices. They enable our day to day communications in grocery stores, retail shops, homes, schools, and way-finding systems. With such a large reach, society has come to expect and place its trust in organizations to ensure the public’s safety and behave responsibly and sustainably.
Exterior Dibond Signage

Ashland Local Church Displays Modern Design with Dibond® Aluminum Composite

Exterior A-Frame Dibond® Display The Story Ashland is a modern church in Ashland, Oregon that focuses on bringing the community and local youth together through Sunday gatherings, local chapters and biblical teachings. They take a progressive approach to spreading their message, and have gained a following by providing a place outside the church to promote religious discovery and empowerment. The vitality and atmosphere of the church is apparent through their use of design. The Story Ashland develops their designs in-house and outsources to the Signs Now Medford for fabrication.
Wallace Print, Golden Gates, Warrington, Dibond Hoarding

Sign Solution Experts Design Unconventional Hoarding For Construction Site

During a construction or renovation project, it can be challenging determining what, if any, temporary signage materials to utilize. For the renovation of the “prestigious” Golden Gates in Warrington, Cheshire, England, Wallace Print was commissioned to provide a temporary signage solution.
Tavis Lochhead, Identity Crisis, 2017, Black Cat Artspace, Toronto

Artist Examines Humans In The Digital Age With Thoughtful Exhibition Mounted To Dibond Aluminum Composite

Tavis Lochhead is a Toronto-based visual artist whose recent work is a sort of anthropologic exploration of the digital age. “Identity Crisis” is the artist’s 2017 exhibition that focuses on the human experience in modern digital times; more so, the piece poses questions about how personal identity and representation change when online.
Ian Kirkpatrick Artist, Crossroads, Middlesbrough, England, Dibond Mural

Artist Creates Colorful Mural On Dibond Aluminum Composite Depicting England Town’s Rich Human History

Ian Kirkpatrick is a contemporary artist, illustrator and graphic designer based in Leeds, UK. His colorful works have gained International recognition. Utilizing a deep palette of substrates for his works, the artist often features cardboard, Dibond aluminum composite and stainless steel.