• SPF is on Target

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Team
    • Added on Feb 01, 2023

    The Spray Foam Magazine team (SFMT) loves hearing how people in the industry have used SPF for their extracurricular activities. read more

  • Fungus Foam Mushrooms

    • By Spray Foam Magazine Staff
    • Added on Sep 29, 2022

    Artist Aleisha Prather’s nickname is “Swiss Army Art Girl,” suggesting that no medium is out of her grasp. As a sculpture artist, she specializes in fantasy works inspired by nature and the alluring history of fairies. She utilizes every aspect of creativity to execute her concepts, tapping into her knowledge of drawing, painting, wood carpentry, metal fabrication, electrical engineering and lately, spray foam insulation. read more

  • The Wonderful Wizard

    • By Noelle Krevetski
    • Added on Feb 01, 2022

    This gigantic wizard head was a collaborative project between Riggs Fabrication (Mike Riggs) and Smittytown (Kent Smith) for a large electronic dance music festival called Dancefestopia held in Kansas. read more

  • Spookily Creative

    • By Danielle Macdonald
    • Added on Oct 11, 2021

    The Spray Foam Magazine team loves discovering unique and creative projects where spray foam was applied. Here are just a few of our recent Halloween and fall inspired favorites. read more

  • Through the Roof

    • By Danielle Macdonald
    • Added on Jul 23, 2021

    Space exploration is no longer the sole territory of government agencies, with private companies thrusting forward at a greater speed than governments. Several dominant players in the U.S. private sector “space race” include SpaceX, Orbital Sciences, Blue Origin, Bigelow Aerospace, SpaceDev, and Virgin Group to name a few. What does that mean for the spray foam industry? In one word–opportunity. read more

  • The Art of Spray Foam

    • By Noelle Krevetski
    • Added on May 25, 2021

    Spray foam has gone pop-art-cool with a surge of views and followers on TikTok, and it’s going viral on several other social media platforms, including Instagram and YouTube. People are spraying this new interior design fashion around planters, benches, mirrors, tables, shelves and transforming normal looking household décor into something fun. By adding a little neon on pastel paint of the foam, they are adding a whimsical cartoonish feel to these everyday items. read more