Fabricating Giant Logos & Branding

May 31 • Event Fabrication Solutions Category - Blog • 90 Views • No Comments on Fabricating Giant Logos & Branding

Brief: Fabricating a 3D model just like the Warner Bros. logo for a corporate event

Wanting a glamorous style model just like the iconic Warner Bros. logo for your corporate event? It is actually a great idea for Event Fabrication and Custom Event Promotional Builds.

How?

The brief was to fabricate a 1-metre-tall, 3-dimensional WB logo to sit on the bar at a corporate cocktail party. Some considerations included whether the logo would be flat or angled, how the connection between the initials would be hidden, and how the very pointy bottom end of the logo would be installed so that the model could stand upright.

The same can be applied with the logo on your mind using special event fabrication techniques for a custom event promotional build. Fabrication starts by hot-wire cutting the components from polystyrene, hard-coating the elements in a strengthening epoxy and installing metal rods for structural support before painting the model with carefully-mixed, custom paint colors to complement the event’s overall theme.

As for Warner Bros, the project was developed and the brief was evolved from a highly-metallic with style sparkly, glitter finish. The painting process was implemented in two parts — first applying a matte color, then spraying an even coat of clear, glitter.

The same can be applied with event fabrication logo design. It will be finalized with the letters spaced and supported by inconspicuous clear rods accompanied by a laser-cut steel base to give it weight and stability.
Enjoy the best event fabrication and embrace the challenge with us. At Create Fabrication Services, we always have our clients’ best interests at heart. Go with best design and ideas for custom event promotional build and have an overall result that is undoubtedly tremendous!
Source: From http://www.bki.com.au/tag/logo-brand-solutions-bespoke-build-warner-bros-event-promotional-devices-corporate-event

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