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3d lettering at Ball arena for Southwest Airlines

I worked with the crew at Proctor to build these 3d letters for Southwest Airlines. I built these 3d letters and Proctor added the lighting and installed at Ball Arena in Denver.

Posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago at 11:26 pm.

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Monarch Casino Billboard

Atlast! 2 giant Monarch butterflies hatch! Monarch Casino has 2 new friends!

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16 ft tall Monarch chrysalis teaser billlboard

Made of lightweight foam and a tough plastic hardcoat. This temporary Colorado billboard will morph into a giant?

Posted 3 years, 7 months ago at 5:43 pm.

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Giant 3D Christmas letters for Dallas Ft. Worth airport

Giant 3d eps foam letters & bow with polyurethane plastic hardcoat.  A creative walk thru at DFW internatioanal airport.  Made for a Colorado company Alpine Artisans.  Some companies offer large foam lettering for less $ but ours are made well.  Clean and tough does the stuff.  This is one industry where you get what you pay for!

Posted 5 years, 8 months ago at 11:56 pm.

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Sculpted foam elephant head for Colorado Brewery

25 years of building props and my customers keep throwing me curve balls.  We built an eps foam head that fit snug over the existing bull head and horns.  The ears were sewn upholstery pads that were Velcro  attached in case a rider crashed down on them.   Keep’n it safe as possible!  Odell’s was the end user.  I built these for Proctor Productions in Denver.  We’re good at strong but light here at Eyecandyprops.

Posted 6 years, 7 months ago at 10:04 pm.

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CDOT billboard smashed car joint

day and night


Here’s a fun one!  Hits lead to Hits!  Amelie Company in Denver had us make this

28 ft long 3D joint in the shape of a wrecked car.  Im most proud of the weight. 379 lbs.!

Design engineered to meet local code.  expertly installed.  This prop looks awesome day

night.  Colorado’s legal pot industry is being met with Colorado Dept. of Transpotartion

public service announcements.

Posted 7 years, 8 months ago at 9:11 am.

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We made 3 of these 10 ft tall Darwin robots for DMNS.  They

were fun to make and the visitors seem to love as well.  With an

internal steel armature, lightweight eps foam & a polyurethane

hard coat shell they are light weight & durable.   Thanks to the

crew at the museum.


Posted 7 years, 11 months ago at 8:11 am.

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Spraying plastic hard coat onto foam props

lady bug coated

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 8 years, 1 month ago at 11:06 am.

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Giant game controller for Winter X Games



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 years, 2 months ago at 11:47 am.

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