It's an honor and pleasure to see AGT™ Glow Stone and Sand used in such innovative ways. Here are some examples. Click on the photos for larger images.
Tip Top Lofts - Bathroom Vanity - Energized by AGT™ Yellow Green Small Sand
This grey precast custom concrete vanity was crafted by Peter Tomé of Universal One Design and Fabrication. The inside of the Form was hand-seeded with AGT™ Yellow Green Small Sand held affixed by 3M Spray adhesive. This surface actually glows ALL NIGHT after just 15 minutes exposure to artificial light.
Hand-Seeded Concrete Floor - Energized by AGT™ Yellow Green Half Inch and Quarter Inch Stone
Dan MacLeod of Danamac Concrete Systems truly brings polished concrete flooring to a whole other level! He hand-broadcasted half inch and quarter inch AGT™ Glow Stone all over the surface and then exposed it just as you would expose any other type of aggregate.
Engraved Compass Inlay - Energized by AGT™ Sky Blue Fine Sand
This very artistic piece was executed by Andy Miller of QC Concrete. The circular compass aspect of the design was engraved and then filled with AGT™ Sky Blue Fine Sand. Note: The night shot was taken during a Full Moon and really does not show the true brightness of AGT™ after-glow.
'Cosmos' - Energized by AGT™ Yellow/Green Fine Sand
This surreal work was created by Tom Ralston of Ralston Concrete. The Milky Way dimensional 'effect' was accomplished using a proprietary method of applying and working in AGT™ Yellow/Green Fine Sand.
Pre-cast Stepping Stones - Energized by AGT™ Yellow/Green and Aqua Blue Quarter Inch and Half Inch Stone
These stepping stones were precast and the surfaces were seeded with AGT™ Stone. In areas with little to no competing light sources, these stepping stones will be able to be seen ALL night!
Step Tread - Energized with AGT™ Ultra-Epoxy™
A saw cut is made in existing concrete and then refilled with our NEW AGT™ Ultra Epoxy™ Safety Glow System. This soon to be released AGT™ product can be used in a myriad of ways. From retro-fitting pre-existing concrete surfaces such as stairs and walkways to more artistic uses such as logo design.
Glow in the Dark Logos and Symbols - Energized by AGT™ Sky Blue Eighth Inch Pellet Glow Stone
There are a number of different ways to achieve this design. From topical approaches such as stencils, engravers to Pre-cast Form Adhesives. Whatever way you choose, the end result is truly 'enlightening'! Another design by Andy Miller of QC Concrete.