There’s a good chance that you’ve seen our work – online, on TV, or maybe even in person – without even realizing it! Over the years, not only have we created full interpretive exhibitions for museums, nature centers, and other sites, but we’ve also designed and built iconic statues, models, and other works that have since become quite well-known. Many have even become viral “go-to spots” for selfies! Check out a few of our most iconic pieces…perhaps you have already seen them!
Our catapult officer statue aboard deck on the USS Midway in San Diego.
Our 10-foot tall rearing Pegasus statue for the Muvico Movie Theater in Rosemont, IL. You might have seen this iconic statue while driving along I-294 on your way to O’Hare!
The 2,500-square-foot poppy field at The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City.
Our two large rebar statues for Horicon Marsh Education and Visitor Center – a lunging paleo hunter and a 7,000-pound woolly mammoth!
And last but definitely not least, our 38-foot-long North Atlantic right whale model, suspended from the interpretive center’s ceiling at Guana Tolomato Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve near St. Augustine, FL.
What other pieces are some of your favorite? What other works of ours have you seen? Check out our Flickr page to see all of our iconic work!