Bell’s Brewery, Inc., a regional brewer headquartered in Kalamazoo, Mich., has been making a name for itself since 1985 by brewing quality craft beers in both its Kalamazoo and Comstock, Mich., locations.
While started as a quest by Larry Bell, president
of Bell’s Brewery, to create a better beer in a 15-gallon stovetop soup kettle,
this independent, family-owned business is now the seventh largest craft
brewery in the United States, brewing more than 20 craft beers for distribution
by Bell’s Brewery employees throughout 41 states as well as in Puerto Rico and
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. (more…)
Jay Allen, owner of ShawCraft Signs, is no stranger to the task of historically commemorative murals. The artist was responsible for the Lincoln Highway’s hand-painted murals that stretched for 179 miles of Illinois from Fulton to Lynwood. (more…)
Ian Kirkpatrick is a Canadian-born artist who moved to the UK in 2008 where he began his graphic design and contemporary art career. His works have been featured on an international scale from New York to Berlin galleries. Unlike artists who often choose a single, or maybe even a few mediums to work with, Kirkpatrick utilizes a wide array of materials from corrugated cardboard to stainless steel. (more…)
The Bagg’s Square mural is a 76-foot historical timeline of Utica’s past. In Utica, New York, a $250,000 grant was awarded from National Grid to the Bagg’s Square Association, which enabled the association to develop a large Dibond paneled mural, designed by Michelle Truett. The installation features 110 historical elements including people, places and events that made the city what is today. (more…)
In the artist’s studio 10’x7’ sheets of Dibond aluminum composite material are positioned for prep and paint. King Farish is the artist in residence at his Los Angeles space embarking on a new series and possibly seeking show opportunities in the future. Farish is a self-taught artist and photographer originally from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (more…)
A new stained-glass forest-inspired mural installed last month at Maui’s Pukalani Elementary School in Pukalani, Hawaii, not only gave Big Island conservation artist Calley O’Neill, of Waimea, Hawaii, the opportunity to inspire children to nurture their connections to the land but to experiment with a new design/installation process she developed with her long-term glass-partner Lamar Yoakum utilizing Gatorfoam® graphic display board by 3A Composites USA. (more…)
David Fichter, a muralist, transforms student artwork into colorful collages and often uses Dibond aluminum composite material in the process. Three projects stand out near the artist’s hometown of Cambridge, Massachusetts in which Fichther worked with young artists to create the fantastical community murals. (more…)
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. (more…)
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. (more…)
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