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Réalisations de planchers et surfaces à l'époxy. - EpoxyQuebec.ca

Réalisations de planchers et surfaces à l'époxy. - EpoxyQuebec.ca

"There is a triangle in projects between budget schedule and design," Curtiss says. "The common wisdom is you can hit any two but hitting all three is hard.  We tried to hit all three." The raw space featured concrete floors and since it was formerly industrial, had oil spills on the slab. To create a floor that was safe for the kids, Curtiss opted for an epoxy. "Epoxy floors are used in hospitals and labs and are super easy to clean. We also knew it was an economical way to coat concrete."…

At Home in the Modern World

"There is a triangle in projects between budget schedule and design," Curtiss says. "The common wisdom is you can hit any two but hitting all three is hard. We tried to hit all three." The raw space featured concrete floors and since it was formerly industrial, had oil spills on the slab. To create a floor that was safe for the kids, Curtiss opted for an epoxy. "Epoxy floors are used in hospitals and labs and are super easy to clean. We also knew it was an economical way to coat concrete."…

I saw some artwork a couple months ago on Juxtapoz made of Epoxy Resin. The artist featured on the Juxtapoz post was Markus Linnenbrink, who has a pretty unique body of work. I recently stumbled on…

Epoxy Resin

I saw some artwork a couple months ago on Juxtapoz made of Epoxy Resin. The artist featured on the Juxtapoz post was Markus Linnenbrink, who has a pretty unique body of work. I recently stumbled on…

Did you ever stick glow in the dark stars on your ceiling as a kid? I know I did. I loved it. These glowing murals take that concept to a whole new level! I was stunned by this impressive artwork by European artist Bogi Fabian.  Fabian was born in Hungary in 1984 and was fascinated by art from an ea...

Did you ever stick glow in the dark stars on your ceiling as a kid? I know I did. I loved it. These glowing murals take that concept to a whole new level! I was stunned by this impressive artwork by European artist Bogi Fabian. Fabian was born in Hungary in 1984 and was fascinated by art from an ea...

Edit: Since I'm getting a lot of the same questions, I'll answer them here. - The water is just clear resin. - The fish are made from polymer clay. - No, the animals are not real. - This was done o...

Edit: Since I'm getting a lot of the same questions, I'll answer them here. - The water is just clear resin. - The fish are made from polymer clay. - No, the animals are not real. - This was done o...

I miss making shrinkies...wish therewe was a foolfew proof way of makingall um using!! Recycled goodies! I love um!!!

I miss making shrinkies...wish therewe was a foolfew proof way of makingall um using!! Recycled goodies! I love um!!!

We recently had the chance to sneak behind the Elizabeth Messina curtain of awesome and sit in on her Lovely workshop (appropriately titled might I add). It was filled to the brim with gorgeous details, crazy talented attendees and Elizabeth, who is

Encaustic Photo Workshop by Elizabeth Messina + Leah MacDonald

We recently had the chance to sneak behind the Elizabeth Messina curtain of awesome and sit in on her Lovely workshop (appropriately titled might I add). It was filled to the brim with gorgeous details, crazy talented attendees and Elizabeth, who is

As a kid, chances are you picked apart at least a few of your toys to see what's inside.You know, took the head of Barbie and performed "surgery" on a stuffed animal or two. (Or was that just us?) And most likely you found weird plastic and stuffing, or a hollowed out core. Artist and sculptor Jason Freeny decided to take that innate curiosity about what's inside toys and make some art with it—and his creations are crazy!  Freeny uses common kid toys as a base for epoxy skeletons and organs…

A look inside your favorite childhood toys. It isn’t always pretty.

As a kid, chances are you picked apart at least a few of your toys to see what's inside.You know, took the head of Barbie and performed "surgery" on a stuffed animal or two. (Or was that just us?) And most likely you found weird plastic and stuffing, or a hollowed out core. Artist and sculptor Jason Freeny decided to take that innate curiosity about what's inside toys and make some art with it—and his creations are crazy! Freeny uses common kid toys as a base for epoxy skeletons and organs…

King Tut's beard was glued back on with epoxy

King Tut's beard 'hastily glued back on with epoxy'

King Tut's beard was glued back on with epoxy

The priceless death mask of Tutankhamen before the damage was done

King Tut's beard 'hastily glued back on with epoxy'

The priceless death mask of Tutankhamen before the damage was done

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