What is it exactly that defines and portrays the essence of America? This is a question that many artists explore through a variety of mediums. One medium particularly well poised with a keen eye for truth is photography. And when it comes to a keen eye for truth in..
It sounds like the kiss of death: letting your brand or image go soft. But often that’s exactly what’s called for. Especially when “soft” means displaying your brand or image on fabric. Most people think T-shirts or clothing when you suggest branded textiles,..
"Based on a continually evolving drawing, Revolt, They Said is a wall-sized diagram that takes the viewer through a network of 850 women who made an indelible impact on the American cultural landscape. Geyer’s hand-drawn lines chart professional relationships,..
We at BarkerBlue are proud supporters of the arts. We take satisfaction in projects where we are able to add to a space something that inspires thought, creates a sense community or forces the discussion of meaning. The Foster Foundation aims preserve the journey of..
According to the Merriam- Webster Dictionary, art is defined as "the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination...works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power".
This grand format tension fabric display gets refreshed graphics for SFMOMA’s new exhibit ‘Diane Arbus – In the Beginning’. The super sized graphics are produced using a paneled tension fabric frame and graphic system. The system delivers photo quality and near..
We are proud to present our work with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA)!
A long-time client and friend of ours, the San Francisco Museum of Modern art, reached out to us a little while ago to see if we could help visualize their latest exhibit. The MOMA came to us looking for a set of tension framed fabric displays, something we definitely..
he freight elevator gets wrapped with a huge photo mural from SFMOMA’s new exhibit “Photography in Mexico: Selected Works From the Collections of SFMOMA and Daniel Greenberg and Susan Steinhauser”
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