Eyecandyprops.com can make unique, effective point of sale displays. Impact Confections had us replicate one of their featured candy logos in a large 3d 4 ft wide x 6 inch deep colorful cast sculpture. Each one hand painted and assembled. These will be used in Six Flags candy stores around the country. The realistic sculpted candies have a sugar grain texture and look like the real candy, just larger. These 3 dimensional, eye catching props will be the focal point of the retail space. On time, on budget and effective!
Posted 2 years, 11 months ago at 10:24 pm. Add a comment
This high density urethane foam prototype stands 2 ft tall, has internal
lighting, has movable head and arms & has an English wheeled
aluminum grill. We usually build giant foam props but can create
smaller detailed functional foam props also.
Posted 3 years ago at 7:57 pm. Add a comment
The Denver Visitors Bureau commissioned Eyecandy Sculptures to build this iconic Lawrence Argent
public sculpture replica. It is made of Eps foam with a polyurethane hard coat. At 7ft tall its dwarfed by the
original sculpture in Denver. Condit made the trade show booth that this bear was part of. The foam
prop was fun to build and Condit was fun to work with as usual.
Posted 3 years, 6 months ago at 5:10 pm. Add a comment
Giant billboard props for Excel Energy in downtown Denver. High above the the pedestrians
and drivers hangs this 3d sculpted foam reminder of construction protocol. Call before you dig.
Ted Mills of Hicountry Sign and Crane are the expert installers. Big, light weight and strong are
these polyurethane plastic coated foam sculptures. Thanks to all involved for the fun project!
Posted 3 years, 9 months ago at 12:40 am. Add a comment
Kakoona had us sculpt this giant femur to promote their music website.
Polyurethane coated eps foam. This only weighed 160 pounds!
This 3D billboard located in downtown Denver is just one example
of how to get noticed. Foam props are durable, light & impressive!
Posted 4 years, 1 month ago at 10:35 am. Add a comment
This 8 ft long 3d fish sculpture weighs only 25 lbs. and is very durable. EPS foam shape, polyurethane hard coat,
steel armature and mounting bracket, metallic automotive paint w/ many layers of clear coat. This 3d sign will
not be overlooked hanging in front and above the store entrance! It will be visible from far away and will
advertise thier service in the simplest way. I enjoy replicating nature. Thanks John for hauling
this to California for us. Trinity Outdoors is the business that had us build this.
Posted 4 years, 6 months ago at 10:09 pm. Add a comment
This project was brought to us by Aircannons Inc. A video game manufacturer wanted one of
there main characters sculpted around a t shirt gun. The arms and horns of this little beast
are spring loaded and will move instead of snapping off. EPS foam, high density urethane
foam, wood steel …. whatever it takes to make it solid but not too heavy. The pair of creatures
will surely make an impact!
Posted 4 years, 7 months ago at 7:36 am. Add a comment
Big 3D gorilla hands and debris designed by Chad Hutchison of Adam's Outdoor in Kalamazoo, MI.
Built by EyeCandy Sculptures. We made props for 2 billboards. Each of the 4 panels measured
16' tall x 9 ft wide x 4 ft deep and weighed approx 350 lbs. Eps foam fingers with a urethane hard coat
were mounted onto steel frames w/ plywood paneling. Then the vinyl image was applied to the panels.
Adams outdoor performed the install. Thanks guys!
Posted 4 years, 8 months ago at 3:06 pm. Add a comment