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A lot of people these days are spending their spare time on obscure hobbies and pursuits. For those who are more interested exploring the aisles of an art gallery, the world of photography is very popular at the moment. But there’s another sector that a lot of people are paying attention to these days. That sector has to be textiles. Whether you’re an artsy kind of person or not, there is plenty to look at in the textile world these days.

Blick

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One of the primary suppliers of art supplies in the United States, Blick Art Materials offers over 90,000 products, including 8,000 sold under the Blick brand name, such as paints, brushes, canvas, artist papers, pastels, pencils, and markers. Blick's Utrecht brand products include handcrafted paints, mediums, and brushes. The company operates more than 65 retail stores in the United States, including 11 purchased from The Art Store in 2004, and 45 acquired in 2013 from Utrecht Art Supply.

The large-format and high-performance welcome ad offers advertisers an exclusive premium placement, which can only be booked once a week or 52 times a year on blick.ch for mobile and desktop. This innovative ad reaches users at every access point on blick.ch and guarantees high visibility on all screen sizes – an important consideration in the development of this format. (Source: www.ringier-advertising.ch)

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The company's home office is in Highland Park, Illinois, and it operates three distribution centers, two in Galesburg, Illinois, and one in Monroe, New Jersey. According to venture capital and private equity firm Madison Parker Capital, Blick is the largest supplier of art materials in the United States.

Nanostructuring is our core expertise. We are making use of advanced electron-beam-lithography, which enables us to define 8nm features on 6’’-wafers. This we can combine with state-of-the-art focused-ion-beam (FIB) nano-lithography, several electron-beam-microscopes, and a brand new cleanroom all in one research building (www.CHyN.de). (Source: www.physik.uni-hamburg.de)

 

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