Anne Lopez: "I have created a polka-dotted pattern on
the entire surface of the dinosaur. Dots are an important
part of my visual vocabulary. I have found that I can do a
great deal with a simple form, repeated. The opportunity to
wrap one of my paintings around a dinosaur form was intriguing.
is certainly interesting to see a dino bedecked with dots,
decorated in a way much different from the way nature 'decorates.'
But at the same time, the textured pattern relates to the
patterns found in nature, like those found on reptiles and
fish." Visit Anne's Web site
Broudy Printing thought Anne's design tied in perfectly with
their business because photos reproduced in printed pieces are
comprised of many small dots giving you the perception of something
else at a distance. Broudy Printing Inc. in Pittsburgh's East
End is a commercial sheet-fed printer specializing in corporate
collateral and annual reports. This minority-owned business
produces projects focusing on the healthcare, education, and
financial markets. Since 1959 Broudy has been a beneficiary
of Pittsburgh’s post-steel era rebirth and participates in the
community through charitable involvement.