3-D Metal Wall Art Sculptures enhance this innovation center's stairwell wall and rent for less than $100 per month (yes, <$20 each) - a small investment that can help your facility really stand out! For information give us a call at (888) 440-9260 or visit www.artrentandlease.com
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Thursday, December 1, 2011
From GM to 3M, in boardrooms and on Wall Street, in Silicon Valley and on Madison Avenue, design matters more than ever. Around the globe, American designers have never been more influential. Welcome to an unexpected and inspiring moment.
For the complete story, please visit: http://www.fastcompany.com/design/2011/united-states-of-design-american-designers
If you need help with art and design for your company, contact us at (888) 440-9260 or visit our website at: www.artrentandlease.com - we provide artwork to beautify and enhance your space, tie into your branding and improve morale.
Monday, November 28, 2011
Friday, November 25, 2011
The long title for this stunning Triptych is "A Surfside Dream of an Encounter with Gerhard Richter" and is shown installed at an Investment Bank in New York. We were entrusted with filling the empty walls within a matter of days....the company had just moved into new offices and a client was coming in for meetings the following week. Voila! Original oil paintings can really enhance a company image and help offices look modern and vibrant.
For information on how we can provide artwork to fill your empty walls, visit us at: www.artrentandlease.com or call for more information: (888) 440-9260.
Monday, November 21, 2011
Artist Janet VanFleet creates beautiful "Circular Statements" utilizing reclaimed and found objects. She creates including commissions for clients including the "Table of Elements" - a fantastic way for science and industry to enhance the workspace. Ask us about commissioning an elemental table for your space! (888) 440-9260
Thursday, November 17, 2011
The new visual identity ditches the old mark, a red square with “Asian” at the bottom, in favor of a simple letter “A.”
It’s been a rough few years for museums. The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is no exception.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported last year that the museum was teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. Desperate to survive into the 21st century, the 45-year-old organization--which has one of the largest collections of Asian art in the world--ushered in a massive institutional overhaul. First, it restructured its long-term debt. Now, it’s restructuring its look, with the help of branding giant Wolff Olins, in hopes of broadening its appeal.
For the complete article please visit: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1665119/a-bold-new-look-for-sf-art-museum-in-jittery-economic-times
If you're in San Francisco don't forget to visit the SF Asian Art Museum!
Monday, November 14, 2011
The graphic is studded with awesome retro logos of airlines from bygone eras, ("The Route of the Air Chiefs" -- classy!). But the timeline itself is the most fascinating part, showing how a motley bunch of tiny air operators in the 1920s clustered together like The Blob almost overnight in 1930 and 1931, giving rise to The Big Four: United, American, TWA, and Eastern Air Lines. (Pan Am actually consolidated a few years before.)
The thickness of the lines corresponds to "the relative market share of passenger traffic for each airline," according to the poster retailer. It's also interesting to see the impact of airline deregulation in 1978 visually, as smaller operators like Southwest and America West suddenly spring up and former behemoths like Pan Am dwindle. It's cold comfort if you're stuck on a JetBlue flight without that extra leg room option, but maybe tossing out a few of these factoids to your seatmate will help you pass the time before landing.
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For the complete story from FastCo Design, please visit: http://www.fastcodesign.com/1665200/infographic-of-the-day-a-visual-geneology-of-the-airline-business
We love fun art and design, especially when it involves aviation!