Washington based artist and Reynolds-Seattle customer Juli is an artist who specializes in an array of different mediums including portraits, fluid art and silicone mold design. During the Covid-19 pandemic Juli began making her artwork public through the use of an online store under the name Juli Art Studio, where she offers her handmade one-of-a-kind artworks to art lovers everywhere.
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Denver has their spotlight focused on Colorado University at Boulder’s Eco-Marathon team. The team has been working closely with Reynolds – Denver on picking mind-blowing materials which helped the team succeed in their capstone project. Their eco-friendly vehicle was created using CNC carved foam coated with Smooth-On’s Epsilon® (EPS Foam Coating Epoxy); the body parts and steering wheel were also coated with Epsilon® and then reinforced with woven burlap for strength.
Reynolds Advanced Materials – Orlando focuses our spotlight on Pizzazz Scenic and their amazing ‘Titanoboa’ project. Pizzazz Scenic in Jacksonville, Florida helps their customers’ dreams come true with the help of materials from Reynolds – Orlando.
Phil Clark from Reynolds-Dallas created this amazing creature hand as part of his amazing Halloween costume. Phil started his build by sculpting the transformed arm onto a Hydro Stone lifecast, with non sulfur clay. After sculpting, he went to work on the mold making process. Phil chose to work with Smooth-On products Brush-On 40, Brush-On 50, and Free Form Air. (read more)
These band awards were created for the Canon City Apple Blossom Music Festival by the CCI Sign Shop in Canon City, Colorado. (read more)
Immortal Masks was established in November of 2010 and is owned by Andrew and Michelle Freeman and George Frangadakis. Between Andrew’s work as an Hollywood Effects Artist and George’s experience as an Effects Supervisor, they have put together a team of some of the best working artists in the Film, Theme Park and Haunted Attraction industries. (read more)