At DUOFAB, everything is custom. We fabricate with hands, tools and machines. It is here that we give you a peak behind the curtain, the behind the scenes look at fabrication, design, & interworkings at DUOFAB.
Curious how DUOFAB got its name?
The FAB portion of the name is for fabrication. If you thought fab was for fabulous, I won’t tell you you’re wrong *wink wink.
The DUO is about partnership. I founded this company with my husband and business partner – the original duo. As time went on, my passion for art making remained, while his work passions found sanctuary in the home tech space. After he left the company, the title DUO took on a different meaning, but one that is just as essential. Today, it represents the partnership between artist and client – the sharing of ideas and trust it takes to create successful custom artwork.
Making Reeference | Public Artwork at the Lantana Public Library
A Vortex of Swirling Atlantic Ocean LifeBEHIND THE SCENESDESCRIPTIONReeference is a hanging public artwork suspended above the children's reading section at the Lantana Public Library. In is recent, complete renovation of the library property, every square inch of...
Creating Art for a Documentary Film
MAKING ART FOR A DOCUMENTARY FILMPROJECT NOTESART IN OTHER FORMSOur resident artist Ashley Nardone has engaged with photography and videography as part of her professional skillset throughout her career. A while ago, a request came along to edit together a documentary...
Making Coin Art in Saint Louis
Art Made From 1248 International CoinsBEHIND THE SCENESDESCRIPTIONThe Exchange is a wall hanging artwork in the Hilton Saint Louis Downtown Arch hotel. It is made from an international coin collection mounted onto a large rusted panel. This piece was inspired by the...
Departing the Station
Hot sweaty summer days, spent in a warehouse, with no A/C, in South Florida.Dedication + a dream to build something great was on the forefront of our minds as I joined hands with the founder of The Station in West Palm Beach. Six months prior, all she had was an empty...
Designing a custom lamp shade
Where math and design meet in the middle to create something new "When will I ever use this stuff!?" - a common question amongst many young math students. Though math never carried this frustration with me, I am constantly surprised at how essential arithmetic and...
Hanging up 3000 pennies
Finding a medium for a custom wall art piece at a finanial company required a material that was easy to work with and small enough to create lots of detail when amassed in a large quantities. We utalized the one cent copper penny, and we needed quite a few of them -...
Lake Worth Beach