Last year, when North Carolina’s Raleigh-Durham International Airport had an open house to let the public see the new Terminal 2 building, they asked everyone who stopped by to sign their name to a sheet of paper. Artist Dunne Dittman later took those signatures and turned them into a piece of art – Signature Art – by scanning each name and having it etched into a piece of 6 ft. by 4 ft sea foam glass,
The work was unveiled last Friday at RDU’s annual Customer Appreciation Day and is now in its permanent home in the window front of the Heritage Room in the Terminal 2 ticketing lobby.
There’s lot more art at RDU: take a look.
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That looks pretty cool, they wouldn’t do anything like that at Uk airports
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