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Decor Transports Adults Back to Childhood

What does it take to set the scene for a wild childlike rumpus in a jungle filled with the not-too-scary monsters created by the imagination of Maurice Sendak, award-winning author of children’s book-classic “Where the Wild Things Are”?

3A Composites USA Scales Legendary Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower remains one of the most well-known architectural icons of Europe, if not the world. Completed in March 1889, the tower, rising 324 meters into the skies above Paris, consisted of 18,030 iron pieces held together with 2.5 million rivets and weighing 10,100 tons.

Quality Presence For Dealership Programs

“The brushed aluminum surface of Butler Finish Dibond® Material suggests quality as a complement and a contrast to other finishes and materials in display applications,” said David Meacham, Marketing Manager at 3A Composites USA Inc.

FOME-COR® Artist’s Palette

Graphic designers rely on their imaginations to envision projects full of shape, dimension and color. But turning that creative vision into reality requires knowledge about the capabilities of a mix of media as well as fabrication techniques.

Exhibitors Wow Trade Show Crowds

Trade show booth designers have relied on Gatorfoam®, the original heavy-duty graphic arts board, for years as a lightweight, durable substrate for creating reusable exhibit pieces that may be transported cost-effectively from show to show.

DIBOND® Material Performs In Business Theater

The materials used in business theater may not be on the program, but the quality of their performance is apparent to critics who know where and how to look. Among the most demanding critics are those who design and produce the stage sets that must perform well in any successful production for business clients. Roccaforte of Carmel, Indiana, chose Dibond® Material as part of an up-front presence in its podium, signage, and stage design for a client’s recent sales meeting.

Innovative Designer/Fabricator is Selective With Substrates

The custom designer/fabricator named Dillon Works! Inc. of Mukilteo, Washington, has a history of making innovative exhibits and signage, unique environments and unusual themed projects from all kinds of materials ranging from soft goods to metal. Yet, as manufacturers introduce more specialized types of substrates, the company’s owner and president, Mike Dillon, is just as likely to stick with familiar materials.

Dibond Material Murals at “The School of Heroes”

A new pre-K to 5th-grade school in Maspeth, Queens, P.S. 58, is named "The School of Heroes" in honor of area men and women who lost their lives during the terrorist attack of September 11, 2001. In the school’s auditorium, a public artwork project includes a multi-paneled mural as a historic timeline and scenes involving that New York City rescue effort.

Landale Signs Has People Looking Up…Way Up

In the first phase of a major, ongoing signage program for Agricore United, Landale Signs of Edmonton, Alberta, has installed one hundred large signs of Dibond® Material on inland grain terminals – 150 feet above ground. The 10’ x 24’ signs were screen printed in colors of blue and gold on 3mm white Dibond Material panels of aluminum composite material (ACM).

Muralist’s Work is “Mile High and Rising”

When Marcus Akinlana was commissioned to create a large mural for the Denver International Airport (DIA), he selected Dibond Material for the painting substrate — material which has been used for a wide range of exhibit and display applications.