Indelible Impression of Inspiration

Brittany Powell from Low-Commitment Projects sandwich art Here is a brief art history lesson: Piet Mondrian was a dutch painter born in the late 1800s who is the father of Neo Plasticism. He painted using the primary colors positioned in a grid of black horizontal and vertical lines on a solid white ground. I don’t know him and I certainly don’t know why he painted this way, and I’m sure he never thought that his process and paintings would inspire many to come. Regardless, he does and has inspired many and I applaud him for following his own inspiration whether anyone...

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Blue Life, Blue House, Blue You

Yesterday, to work, I wore one of my favorite pair of jeans……bright phlalo blue jeans, to be specific, and my boss said “Oh, it’s Papa Smurf” when I walked in. Who wants to be called Papa Smurf? Really? He’s the old, slow and boring smurf. There are certainly more dynamic, heroic, likeable and exciting characters that have left indelible impressions in the history of pop culture. He could have referenced maybe Sonic the Hedgehog, the superhero The Tick, perhaps even Thomas the Train or even Violet from Willey Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, she had a big...

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3D Laminate Meets Fashion Design!

Soelberg Industries had the opportunity to work with Gensler of Denver this past year in providing raw material for the use in their design for the Pret-a-Porter fashion show.  This event is such great way for designers to come together and create fashion using raw material generally used in construction.  It is just another display of all of the creativity and expression some of our designers possess.  Great job Gensler! See more of Gensler’s projects.   -Steve...

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