Artist Selects Evonik's ACRYLITE® to Create Multicolored Sculptural Lighting

SpecialChem - Jun 23, 2011

Chicago-based designer Brian Anderson has many materials to work with in creating his contemporary sculptural lighting, yet the designer selected ACRYLITE® as his medium of choice for his most recent collection, entitled, "Permutations." The series of lighted objects is currently being exhibiting currently at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Designed Objects Graduate Exhibition and is created almost entirely from ACRYLITE® acrylic sheet donated to the artist by Evonik Cyro. In his work, Brian thermoforms two dimensional ACRYLITE® acrylic into mesmerizing lighted objects. "It is magical taking something flat, like ACRYLITE® sheeting,...

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