Stamping Mats from Concrete Artwork

Concrete Artwork stamping mats were used to create this entry way that has a rustic touch.Stamping mats from Concrete Artwork won’t give you the look of brick, tile or slate. Instead, they’ll allow you to offer your customers eye-catching art stamped into their patio, driveway, vertical wall or walkway.

"Customers today want something more," says company vice president Paul Mikolajewski. "Our artwork is unique and detailed. It brings life and adds value to the surroundings."

Concrete Artwork, located in Alberta, Canada, currently offers 10 stamps, including a boat, a bear, a lion, an eagle, and even a golfer. Other designs are in the works and custom work is always available from the company’s artist, Nikolaus Burgardt, who learned his craft growing up in Russia. Demand for the stamps has been so great since the company’s inception in 2002 that Burgardt is now training two additional artists to create designs.

Concrete Artworks used a qualified chemist to develop long-lasting and durable mats that release with ease. They work equally well with concrete slabs or with overlayments and are available in either 4-foot circles or 3′ x 4′ rectangles.

For more information, visit the Concrete Artwork Web site, e-mail, or call sales manager Elmer Stang at (403) 519-6007.

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