Large letters are ideal for making a bold emphasis on a brand, product, or message. With today’s fabrication technologies, simple foam letters and metal letters can be turned into pieces of art with vibrant colors, airbrushing, and special painting techniques.
Large numbers, usually in conjunction with large letters, are ideal for making a bold emphasis on a brand, product, or message. At trade shows, these huge numbers and letters serve as a magnet to attract large crowds and to stand-out amongst myriads of other trade show booths.
Large product replicas make a statement, showcase your brand in new and creative ways, facilitate learning opportunities, and bring brands and consumers together like no other form of advertising can. These large replicas can even boost your social media stats as people share the ever-popular selfies with friends and family.
Discover the power of personalized brand experiences with our custom event display services. From eye-catching booths to engaging signage, our experts bring your vision to life, making your events unforgettable. Learn how our tailor-made solutions drive customer engagement and leave a lasting impression on attendees.
3D printing technologies have been popular for printing prototypes for trade shows, marketing and branding purposes for years. Now the same technology can be used to print affordable, brilliant 3D trade show display elements.
Have you ever wondered how they built that futuristic weapon, or the realistic armor, or that incredibly detailed creature? Movie props can be built using a myriad of technologies and materials from 3D Printing to foam sculpting, to casting and molding, and many other tricks of the trade.
We meld top-of-the-line technologies with professional cartography resources to create stunning raised relief terrain maps and models. Our expertise in 3D printing enables us to allow more markets to benefit from purchasing durable, portable, and affordable models.
WhiteClouds was commissioned by the Kaua`i Museum of Hawaii to re-create a permanent 3D statue of the last King and Queen of Kaua’i and Niihau. This life-size replica was made to honor King Ali‘i ‘Aimoku Kaumuali’i and Queen Deborah Kapule Kekaihaʻakūlou, standing outside the museum as if to welcome visitors to Kaua’i and to invite us to learn more about the rich Hawaiian history displayed in the museum.