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Robbie Whyte

President Whyte-Kerner Environmental Graphics & Design

Robbie Whyte's creative spirit is her strength. She believes that it is her responsibility to use this gift to make a difference through her firm, started in 1988 as well as her personal work. 

Headshot of Robbie Whyte, Whyte-Kerner Environmental Graphics & Design
Atlanta, GA

10 Projects that Build Connection in Communities

10 Projects that Build Connection in Communities

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We’re all a part of communities—large, small, near, far and differently-abled—that intersect and interact in various ways. In pursuit of a more harmonious society, it seems imperative to encourage empathy, connection, and understanding, so we examine 10 projects that build connections of all kinds: between individuals one-on-one, close to home and across the world; both in the abstract and tangibly.

PixelFLEX Introduces FLEXUltra XT LED Video

PixelFLEX Introduces FLEXUltra XT LED Video

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Combining performance and durability into a single LED video panel designed for any rental staging production design, PixelFLEX recently introduced the new FLEXUltra XT. Fresh off its debut at InfoComm 2019, FLEXUltra XT offers heightened design potential for any live production with its high-resolution pixel pitch options, all-in-one optional ground support system and PixelShield protective technology for a long-lasting and dynamic LED video experience.

Direct Embed Helps Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock

Direct Embed Helps Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock

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When Direct Embed was asked by W Design to powdercoat graphics on a unique interpretive panel for a Woodstock anniversary event they jumped at the chance. The full-size "love bug" panel Is 13 feet long with an interpretive panel on the back. The panel was mounted to two upright posts and placed on a concrete pad. Groovy!

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Timber Pavilions and Other-worldly Installations Animate the Plains at Burning Man 2019

Burning Man revellers, including architect Bjarke Ingels, have captured the installations, pavilions and stages at this year's event, including elevated stepping stones and a huge arm made of scrap metal.


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