Randy,

We used preformed thermoplastic for this project. 

http://www.charlesbergenstudios.com/chinatown-barnes-dance

Obviously waterjet cut metal stencils and then spraying on the thermoplastic or an epoxy paint would be cheaper for repeated parts. 

Red and other bright colors tend to fade. 

Not sure if there‚Äôs a durable non petroleum based coating that lasts. 

Charles Bergen
202 546 2339
www.charlesbergenstudios.com


On Aug 5, 2019, at 5:51 PM, Marks, Randy L <randy.marks@okc.gov> wrote:

The City of Oklahoma City is installing an extensive network of asphalt bike/walk/run trails. We are seeking information about projects that have incorporated art work onto the trail itself. Which media have been successful? Was the medium integral to the asphalt, or applied on top? Please share recommendations and/or cautionary tales.

 

randy.marks@okc.gov

 

Randy Marks, Public Art Project Manager

Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs

(405) 297.1274

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