Rainier’s Vice President of Business Development, Bruce Dickinson, was featured in the August issue of Specialty Fabric Review! In an article that explores making art from fabric and graphics, Bruce discussed some of our largest scale projects, including the London Olympics stadium wrap, and the upcoming Salt Lake City airport art installation.
Though we’ve made a big splash with high profile projects that inspire innovative fabrication techniques, what’s the core of our business for the past 125 years and unites our four distinct business units is fabric.
Not all clients understand the advantages of fabric for display, but once those differences are pointed out, many clients go along with the choice. “Typically with Rainier, clients have been artists, architects or designers,” says Dickinson. “Sometimes we get a request because of our expertise with fabric. Often clients have a vision of what they want to do, but don’t know how to do it.