July 17, 2018

U.S. Patent #9,975,372

DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WITH A U.S. PATENT? YES YOU DO! Skyline Art was recently granted U.S. Patent #9,975,372 for “Multi-dimensional Artworks and Methods.” How amazing is this?!?! We finally own the rights to our proprietary process that allows us to custom etch metal surfaces and then further process the artwork with pigmented inks, polishing, Read More

June 11, 2018

See us at NeoCon :: Booth 7-3030

From inspiration to installation, Skyline Art is leading the industry! Come see us at NeoCon in Chicago from June 11-13, where E-Ink/Booth 7-3030 is featuring our amazing artistic wall panels. This collaboration combines two innovative technologies: E-Ink’s color-changing film called Prism and Skyline Art’s patented etched metal. NeoCon hosts 50,000 design professionals and is the Read More

April 22, 2018

2018 Houston Art Car // Update

We completed our first Art Car adventure together…and won a 2nd place prize! Our car took the form of Quetzalcoatl, the Aztec god of wind, air, art, and learning. Take a look a some of the highlights of its journey at the 2018 Houston Art Car Parade. You can find other pics of the making Read More

April 18, 2018

We Do Supergraphics

Healthcare Design Magazine recently published this valuable guide to designing supergraphics in healthcare environments. Skyline Art Services is quite proud of several such projects. Like Children’s Health Nephrology and Children’s Health Foster Care, which serve a single health system in Dallas and contribute to “immersive wayfinding.” As part of a wayfinding program, the supergraphics are Read More

April 9, 2018

Project Feature: Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital

Skyline Signature Experience™ Showcasing Houston Methodist The Woodlands Hospital’s art collection featuring local artists’ work thoughtfully integrated with the interior architecture and exterior gardens. Contemporary nature-driven aesthetic Original artwork in patient rooms Three bronze exterior heron sculptures by a local artist  See more about this project here