World Canvas [then ’til now]

Creative Uses for Chalkboard Paint

Chalkboard paint is a big paint trend right now. Don’t believe us? Just check Pinterest. It’s everywhere! This technique is great for adding a creative edge to any commercial space. It allows for the ability to communicate without the limitation …
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How Are Ice Rinks Painted?

(image via wild.nhl.com) If you have ever watched a college or NHL hockey game, it’s hard not to notice how incredibly vibrant the painted lines and logos are on the ice, especially when the Zamboni hits the ice between each …
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Paint your own Glass Ornaments!

Here at Future City, we think paint is pretty special. So, when we thought about what we would like to share for a holiday-related post this month, we knew we wanted to give our readers an opportunity to experience paint …
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Painting the White House

A white colonial style house that’s 55,000 square feet is a pretty serious undertaking whether you’re painting the inside or the outside. A job like that takes proper planning and precision, plus a team of professionals. So, what does something …
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The Rise and Fall of Lead Based Paint

Alchemists believe lead to be the oldest metal in existence. It can be found in many ancient civilizations. Lead was abundant and easy to extract. Due to its low melting point and general softness, it was easy to manipulate, even …
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10 Interesting Facts About Paint

Do you know how residential paint was first applied and when? Or, when lead-based paints were banned? Read on to find out if you know the answers to these questions; you might be surprised by what you find! Here are …
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