This project was fun! Big 3d props for the debut of Super Mario 3d Land in Times Square New York.
Short time line, limited budget, no problem! These giant eps foam, polyurethane hard coated props
were scattered throughout EPS Doublet's 3000 square foot interactive display. Sounds from the game
played while participants ran through the coarse. One of the two giant Piranah plants actually spit water!
This interactive display was built for EPS Doublet in Colorado. Thanks guy's!
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This sculpted display was made for Plasticare in Englewood, Colorado. They were hired to build a
realistic 3d wall panel that appeared to be cut from the earth! They had us construct the entire prop.
It has a foam core with hydrostone casts from actual paleontologists molds of dinosaur prints
here in Colorado. We then used hydrostone, dyes and milled fiberglass to build the layers and create a
stone like surface. This 3D display was less exact than most of our work and it was fun to cut loose a little!
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Here's another 3 dimensional billboard for Amelie Companies Colorado State Patrol TACT
campaign. Ted mills of Hi-Country Signs installed our props and floating letters after removing
80% of the original board. He installed the shorter 8 ft. tall panels 1st, then the white lettering
and finally the sculpted foam polyurethane hard coated crash roll. The top billboard was
run for 1 month. Then the 3d billboard was the final part of the narrative. Thanks to the
creativity of Gordy Hirsch and Paul Sugget at Amelie Company & Hi-Country Sign's
expertise, all went smooooooth! Hopefully this 3d advertising helps make the roads
a little safer. Here's the local news coverage. http://www.9news.com/dontmiss/216554/630/3D-billboard-Dont-get-close-to-semis-
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