EPS foam is a great material. Light weight, not too expensive & relatively safe to work with. Its only flaw is it’s fragility. We spray a strong 2 part plastic coating on our props. Then we finish the look with automotive paints. Using materials that are industry proven means our sculptures last indoors and outside in the elements. The prop I’m coating in the photo was designed for children to climb on.
Posted 7 months, 2 weeks ago at 11:06 am. Add a comment
These foam displays were some of many spot props for the 2015
Winter X Games in Aspen. Built for Harmonic Media in Colorado.
If it only worked as a real controller! something to think about!
Posted 8 months, 2 weeks ago at 11:47 am. Add a comment
This was fun. Made for Dave Schaich owner of Shike Design.
10 ft tall x 8 ft wide. It will be seen at the Denver, Chicago,& Toronto
Riot Fest! This reminds me of why I started doing this stuff.
Thank you Heidi Bishop for the photo at the show.
Posted 1 year ago at 10:49 am. Add a comment
This intricate hand carved eps foam sculpture is extremely
light and durable. The finish is Matthews paint and the
lettering was in 3M vinyl. Thanks to all law enforcement
for your service.
Posted 1 year, 2 months ago at 8:07 pm. Add a comment
Big, 3d, light and strong.
These 25 birds were displayed in 5 cities.
The challenge with this project were the logistics.
5 sets of 5 birds, crated & shipped to 5 different cities in 11 days.
in eastern United States.
Posted 1 year, 3 months ago at 4:45 pm. Add a comment
This fun 3d sign was made for Akita Pest Control in Pittsburgh.
Eps foam on steel armature with polyurethane plastic hard coat.
Matthews paint finish for the color scheme. I need to make some
different critters! Thanks Bobby Leone!
Posted 1 year, 5 months ago at 9:53 pm. Add a comment
Here are 2 great examples of 3 dimensional prop use in outdoor advertising. Add dimension and impact with eps
foam props. Light and durable. Thanks to Cactus for the challenge and Ted Mills, owner Hi Country Signs Inc. in
Posted 1 year, 6 months ago at 8:47 pm. Add a comment
This 6 ft tall I phone case display. Sculpted in eps foam and wood. Coated with polyurethane hardcoat plastic.
Painted with Mathews Paint. Removable steel feet. crated and off to the CES tradeshow in Vegas baby!
Posted 1 year, 8 months ago at 5:24 pm. Add a comment