Media Resources Creates 13 Foot 3D Fabricated Bullet for a Not for Profit Anti Gun Violence Organization
Creating an outstanding 3D-printed show-stopping display can do more than just advertise a product. Here at Media Resources our 3D Printing Department was commissioned to build a 13ft bullet structure to help facilitate the voice of a not-for-profit organization hoping to end gun violence in Canada. Despite their modest budget we were able to work out a plan that suited their voice and their wallets.
Our in-house custom 3D fabrication artists constructed a replica of the not-for-profit’s logo out of foam and airbrushed by hand. No details were overlooked – not even the scuff marks!
This project was kept heavily under wraps during production at the request of our client. Of course every employee at Media Resources was happily to oblige until the project went live at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto the morning of November 13th.
If you or your organization has something to say, Media Resources can help you say it. And if your project is a secret, we’ll be sure to say nothing at all.
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The views and opinions expressed by our client do not necessarily represent the views of Media Resources, Inc.