San Diego, CA – Contrarian Micro Textures was honored January 25, 2011 with Metal Construction Association’s President's Award for Overall Excellence for the Art Gallery of Alberta, Edmonton.
Great architecture often becomes the backdrop in media, especially film and television. Our own InvariMatte® has been seen in both movies and television. I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry used the Newtown Creek Waste facility in the background. The scene was filmed on a roof top and Contrarian Micro Texture’s InvariMatte® (used on the roof of the waste facility) was clearly visible behind the action!
The University of Oregon in Eugene showcases a first of its kind mural made of etched stainless steel that forms the image of Albert Einstein. The etched steel mosaic is comprised of photographs of Oregon student athletes that were taken by photographer, Basil Childers, who spent a year capturing the images on campus.