Day-Glo


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Day-Glo

a. a brand of fluorescent colouring materials, as of paint
b. (as modifier): Day-Glo colours
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Using high-tech colors and materials (including transparent Day-Glo plastic and laserdisks), Taro Chiezo created an installation that resembled a space-age playroom in which the futuristic machines and materials are synthesized into deceptively adorable art.
Finn's experience prior to joining RPM in November 2000 included serving for 10 years as director of environmental health and safety at Day-Glo Color Corp.
Rising Mixes (Capitol), with a bonus hypnotic Ono cut, "Franklin Summer," and tracks from Rising remixed by some of the hippest players going (from the dream-zoned tripnotism of Tricky to the Day-Glo rambunctious bop of Cibo Matto, plus ABA Allstars, Ween, and Thurston Moore, none of whom could have done what they are doing in their own music without her), shows the continuing reach of Ono's influence on rock since the '70s, while its funky excellence makes an Ono tribute-album superfluous.
Not surprising really - well, would you want your picture taken while wearing an orange-stained T-shirt and matching day-glo moustache.
In the back room, three Nolandesque tondos with Day-Glo rings--far out
Certainly, Day-Glo colors, ornate beads or ungroomed locks are hardly appropriate in most workplaces and employers would be well in their rights to say so.
Come to think of it, one of Charlie O's day-glo baseballs might help Wilton Guerrero pick up the ball better at the plate and in the field, cutting down on both his strikeouts and errors.
It opens with a day-glo image of a house in a garden with a pair of animated ponies and leads to a room full of hidden links.
Halfway through, Shakti removes all her clothes and her body becomes a living canvas of beautiful day-glo images, painted by Mielo Nishimura.
Poor old Des is matched to Day-Glo orange and just to take the biscuit, also earns himself the nickname Mr Jaffa.
They hit the streets early looking for the cryptic, Day-Glo signs usually posted at freeway off-ramps for directions to the set.
Recently, however, he has branched out to include scenes from Chicago and New York, for his first solo show in the latter city--calming compositions, notwithstanding their Day-Glo colors and hallucinogenic vibe.