This Gallery represents a portion of our clients collaboration and hard work to achieve beautiful pieces of art using floormaps stencils and different installation techniques adding to the ever growing decorative concrete community.
Take time and enjoy!
First up is a collection of past projects using Dye/Stains on many different substrates.
Next is our collection of Blasted and etched designs.
Coatings and Overlays are no issue either for our material. Take a look!
A CLOSER LOOK
July 2015 we had the pleasure of traveling to Australia to install a stencil that was designed by one of the members of the Yorta Yorta aboriginal tribe. It was a wonderful experience and the people of Echuca were very welcoming. We hope to have more opportunities like this one as this was one of our first international trips. This stencil covered about 1000 s/f, one of our biggest installs, about 35 large panels 5ft in width reaching to as large as 12' in length weighing a whopping total of 80lbs.
Richard Purcell and Mark Selah at W.M B Selah Company out in Cali sent these and we are proud to show them off. This stencil was a whopping 12 feet in width and took about 3 layers to complete. They used our white paint mask vinyl and AmeriPolish Colors to achieve the colors and detail.
Back in July 2012 Neil Roach commissioned Rachel to create and help install this 6 stencil project consisting of Illinois state symbols such as: Bird, Tree, Insect, Mammal, Fish, and Flower at the Kennekuk County Park Environmental Educational Center.
Each stencil consisted of 4 to 7 layers. Each image was airbrushed and hand painted to achieve the detail involved in each image. The violet taking the longest as each petal needed individual attention so that the petals didn't look like blobs.
Epoxy, Gold Flake, and a lot of patience went into making this beauty. Located on the Old LasVegas strip in the ever so famous and popular Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.
Next time your in the area go have a look.
Next time you are in a Dave and Buster's bar take a look down at the floor. You might see one of these guys. <3
3D is not a new thing, but it is always a crowd pleaser. Rachel surprised Elite Crete in Hot Springs and prepared this beauty for their training class.
Another traditional Razorback stencil on a custom made table using AmeriPolish Classic Red and Black dye. For information on how to get a custom table just like this one give us a shout.
A traditional Razorback stencil on a custom made table using AmeriPolish Classic Red and Black dye demo'd at Four state concrete in Springdale AR for a training class. For information on how to get a custom table just like this one give us a shout.
Animorphic Chair design created by Rachel Knigge Bruce showing just how detailed you can get using stencils and a little knowledge about faux finish and shading.
This was demo'd at an Expo in Ohio March 2015 at Deco-Crete Supply.
Once you enter San Francisco's Nike store take a look at their floor before the stairs. This waffle pattern was created by sandblasting over our thick rubberized 30 mil sandblast material.
Ever seen a design etched into the floor. Here is an example of what can be done using a little bit of elbow grease and one of our 3.4 mil white paint-mask custom cut stencils.
This oriental style dragon was done for the Concrete Decor Show 2012 in San Antonio, TX by the very talented Chris Swanson of Colour Concrete, located out of Placerville, CA.