Synagogue meeting rooms and cafeteria, Scottsdale, Arizona, U.S.A.
Photographs on FujiFlex paper, Second surface mounts to TruLife® Standard Acrylic, DiBond encapsulated
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Virtually no cleaning necessary
Anti-static properties prevent dust from attracting to the surface, which is a recurring problem with regular acrylic.
Unlike regular acrylic, it will not become hazy from micro-scratches so the surface and brilliant colors stay true with frequent cleaning.
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Charles Abrams is a professional photographer who usually specializes in photographing exotic cars and creating collages with the images. He changed gears for this particular project to improve the overall look of his synagogue’s Social Hall, where various activities take place. Charles envisioned filling the very large room which had white, bare walls with several large acrylic prints showcasing different aspects of Judaism. He then teamed up with the printing facility ArtisanHD to make it a reality, and the results are stunning.
I would definitely recommend other artists to use TruLife Acrylic. After watching the informational video on the ArtisanHD website, I found myself pretty impressed. And I wanted all of the prints to look very impressive.
For more on Charles Abrams and his work, visit here.
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