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Painted Monkey Case

Painted Monkey Case

Art & Artists Painted Monkey Case   Commissioned by a prominent artist, this simple display case shows off the exhibits particularly well. AllArt & ArtistsEngineeringMuseums & GalleriesPoint of SaleRefrigerated DisplayShopfittings Nightclub Bar Bottle Display Point of Sale Custom Made Glasses Display Tower Point of Sale Sneeze Guards Refrigerated Display Magazine Stand Point of Sale Display Nest Point of Sale Machine Guard Engineering Large Gear Wheel Engineering Painted Monkey Case Art & Artists, Museums & Galleries Dreaming Free Art & Artists Bridget Riley Art & Artists iPad Stand Shopfittings Watch Display Museums & Galleries Sony Paris Shopfittings Con Rod Display Museums & Galleries Ashmolean Museums & Galleries Olympic Torch Display Case Museums & Galleries Like what you see? Get in touch Contact Form Name Email Address Message Message 11 + 1 = Contact Details 01453 899200 Fax: 01453 899090 UNIT H1-H4 DRAYCOTT BUSINESS PARK, Cam Dursley Gloucestershire GL11 5DQ...
Dreaming Free

Dreaming Free

Art & Artists Dreaming Free   Dreaming Free For this project we were approached by a local artist who had the wonderful and unique idea of creating a bespoke original artwork display that encouraged you to change it’s orientation depending on your preference. He wanted the viewer to be able to rotate the piece to view it as you wanted.  After several meetings we jointly decided on a method of construction and manufacture. We then scanned the outline of the original piece to create a CAD file. This was then tool-pathed and CNC machined on our 3m x 1.5m flat bed router, creating a “frame” or “sandwich” consisting of 3mm clear UV filtering and white Perspex acrylic, which was bonded using a combination of solvent gluing and coloured cement (2 part) techniques. This offered the best aesthetic finish, which gave the appearance of a joint free edge. This also had the effect of encapsulating the original artwork to protect it. The edges were then finished to a high polish. As the unit had to be wall mounted and to be able to rotate easily by the viewer, the assembly was bonded to a wall mounted mechanism that we designed in house, so that it could be turned. info@dreaming-free.com AllArt & ArtistsEngineeringMuseums & GalleriesPoint of SaleRefrigerated DisplayShopfittings Nightclub Bar Bottle Display Point of Sale Custom Made Glasses Display Tower Point of Sale Sneeze Guards Refrigerated Display Magazine Stand Point of Sale Display Nest Point of Sale Machine Guard Engineering Large Gear Wheel Engineering Painted Monkey Case Art & Artists, Museums & Galleries Dreaming Free Art & Artists Bridget Riley Art...
Bridget Riley

Bridget Riley

Art and Artists Bridget Riley   Bridget Riley Screen Print Because of our reputation within the museum and gallery world, a prominent picture framer recommended this client to us. The client had an original Bridget Riley screen print on acrylic which dated from the 1960’s. It was desperately in need of some restorative “TLC”. The original acrylic frame was somewhat “tired” and stressed and in danger of breaking. To try and eliminate any further stress on this desirable piece of art, we designed a frame that was in keeping with the original concept, but allowed the artwork to “float” and be supported rather than being part of the structure of the frame. The original frame was also held together using self tapping screws. Feeling that this method was not in the best interests of this quality piece, we decided upon a drilled and tapped method using quality unobtrusive stainless steel machine screws. Using our CNC machining facilities we manufactured a new frame “moulding” from clear Perspex acrylic, but again using mitred joints to keep the “look” of the piece. The acrylic chosen for the face was the Perspex VA grade. This acrylic was originally formulated for the Victoria and Albert Museum and their demands for a “protective shield” from the negative effects of UV light, whether from natural or artificial light sources. It has superior UV filtering characteristics, so is ideal for original and archival work of the type that we specialise in. The client was absolutely delighted with the finished result and that we were able to salvage the original parts of the frame for posterity and provenance...