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BRING YOUR TWO-DIMENSIONAL IDEAS TO LIFE WITH 3DIMENSIONEERING™!

Our proprietary 3Dimensioneering combines art, engineering and fabrication to bring your two-dimensional ideas to life in attention-grabbing 3D that will amaze your audience and make a lasting impression.

This includes high-impact, three-dimensional themed environments, props, brand logos, signs, architectural elements and more to help you grab attention and create a memorable experience.

A TRADE SHOW EXHIBIT WITH IMAGINATION

For Chisel 3D’s debut at EXHIBITORLIVE, the annual conference for trade show exhibit and event professionals, creating an unconventional booth was only natural. We wanted to demonstrate to attendees that trade show booths can be – and should be – much more than flat panels and graphics.

MUSEUM QUALITY WITH A MAGIC TOUCH

Ron Clark, the visionary co-founder of The Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta, Georgia, knew exactly what he wanted for the centerpiece of the school's new Educator Training Facility: a life-size dragon skeleton. Never one to be easily dissuaded from making big dreams come true, he called on Chisel 3D to help.

THEMING TURNS FUNCTIONAL

Fireman’s Landing at Silver Dollar City is designed with the atmosphere and theming of an old-time volunteer firefighter recruitment fair. Herschend Family Entertainment, Silver Dollar City’s parent company, wanted every element of the 1880s city to harken back to the days of bucket brigades and volunteer firemen – even the beverage dispenser. Who better to call to fabricate a custom Beverage Brigade wagon than Chisel 3D?

KEEPIN' IT REAL

There are many ways to create a themed environment: with characters dreamed up in one's imagination, with a fun motif like Mardi Gras or pirate ships, or with oversized props and letters guaranteed to generate the proverbial double take. One of the more challenging approaches to bringing a theme to life is with detailed figures that emulate people, animals, fish or things that actually exist -- or at least we think they did...

TRADE SHOW TRAFFIC STOPPER

One of the mysteries of B2B marketing is how to get people to stop at a trade show booth. Since Chisel 3D specializes in, "sizzle," we've helped many customers turn their booths from okay to oh, wow! That was certainly the case with the Venowave, a medical device for treating problems related to poor circulation. With the actual product being only 7 1/2" x 4", the customer needed an over-the-top way to draw attention to it.

SPORTS MARKETING IN 3D IS A SLAM DUNK

NBA players are big, but Chisel 3D and marketing agency CSE are taking Atlanta Hawks superstar Paul Millsap to new heights. The venture began when CSE decided to feature a much-bigger-than-life Millsap on an interstate billboard promoting the team and a contest. Everyone agreed a three-dimensional sculpture would have the most impact, so naturally they called Chisel 3D.

10 REASONS TO DIMENSIONALIZE A LOGO

When we started Chisel 3D back in 2007, the first thing on our marketing to-do list was to design a logo that conveys what we do, which is creating three-dimensional sculpture and props for themed environments. It had to work in print and electronic media, of course, but it also had to be designed to demonstrate the power of dimensional pieces in the marketplace. Atlanta designer Donald Bermudez, of Studio Named Bermudez, hit the mark perfectly. We were able to dimensionalize his design in a number of ways, including a 10-foot sign on the outside of our building. Since then, we’ve created dimensionalized logos and brand icons for a number of customers like Leading Edge Communications who wanted to draw more attention to their brands. Together, we keep coming up with more and more ways to use 3D versions of company logos and icons to increase business.

PUBLIC ART SOARS SKYWARD

Not everything Chisel 3D creates is off-the-wall. Just ask visitors to the Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Georgia. Soaring above the entry stairwell is a dramatic work of public art that Chisel 3D is proud to have been part of. Atlanta architectural firm Stanley, Beaman & Sears designed the strikingly bold museum and wanted to contribute a piece paying homage to the capabilities of CAD (computer aided design and drafting) programs used in the museum design.