Sculpted silhouettes

October 1st, 2015

London artist Benjamin Shine says he has spent more than a decade exploring the idea of bringing the line to life through “painting with fabric.” His tulle works are created by pleating and manipulating the material into a form, centering on ideas of strength, fragility and the fleeting moment. His latest tulle exhibition, The Dance, […]

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Banners help showcase the story of space travel

September 1st, 2008

The project. Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum, McMinnville, Oregon. The companies. Hunt Design Associates, Pasadena, Calif., worked with Tom Fricker and Peter Radestsky, California-based exhibit designers, who created the concept and content. The printing was done by Gregory, Inc., Buhler, Kan. Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center, Hutchinson, Kan., was the exhibit producer. The task. The […]

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A 4,000-square foot installation hits the road

June 1st, 2008

When Time Warner’s Home to the Future exhibit in New York City proved a smashing success, the company asked the project’s designers, NYC’s ESI Design, to find a way to take the 4,000-square foot installation on the road. ESI came up with the Time Warner Home to the Future Mobile, which traveled to 12 of […]

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