Non Slip Hazard Flooring Die Cuts Appear in Art Studio
Artist, Christopher Paul Dean, first came to us inquiring about our standard hazard anti slip tape. After speaking with him, we discovered the intended use of the non slip hazard flooring die cuts.
'Caution (26 Iteration.1)' is one of his pieces of work that was displayed in his recent solo exhibition. With the help of Keri Weiland Photography, Dean was able to send us some images of his completed work.
Deans Work with Non Slip Hazard Flooring Die Cuts
“Upon seeing the product ‘Non-Slip Hazard Flooring Die Cuts’ on the Heskins LLC website I knew that, with the characteristic of being both a warning and a safety device, there would be sufficient former body-to-object interactions that I could disturb,” says Dean. The black and yellow floor cuts were applied onto 110 wooden cubes. The use of our hazard die cuts allowed for a reduction in labor for Dean.
We can see in the images that by Dean artistically placing the cubes and chevron patterns in specific ways, “‘Caution (26)’ has the ability to shift in structure so that it responds to its spaces and continuously generates alternating compositions.”
After speaking with Dean when the project was complete, we were pleased to hear that our material worked successfully with what he planned for his creation.
Heskins non-slip hazard flooring die cuts were said to be a great material that cuts clean and adheres well to the wood surface in which the art was created with. As a company that sells typically to industrial markets, we found this use of our product so incredibly unique and very impressive.
You can learn more about Christophers work over at his website http://www.cpdeanart.com/
All images were taken by Keri Weiland over at http://www.keriweilandphotography.com/
Heskins non slip hazard flooring die cuts are available in black/yellow and red/white. Custom options are available dependent on order quantity. To enquire further, or to place an order, please contact Heskins by phone, email, Live Chat.
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