Exhibits cost money. No surprise there. Sometimes, they cost lots of money and since most people don’t purchase new exhibits every day or even every decade, sticker shock can set

A Client Guide to Figures: 5 of 6 – Armature and Assembly

In this 5th installment of our Figure Guide we’ll be discussing figure armature and assembly.

A Client Guide to Figures: 4 of 6 – Sculpting

This the fourth post of a 6 part series discussing the management of figures which will have sculpted bodies or heads. The decision to sculpt a figure’s body or head

A Client Guide to Figures: 3 of 6 – Life Casting

This the 3rd post of a 6 part series discussing the management and fabrication of human figures. This month we’ll be discussing the process of life casting and its place in

Yes, Sketchbook 6, the latest addition in our sketchbook (brochure) series is here! Our sketchbooks have become somewhat of a collector’s item over the years. How many from the series

Recently, an old friend and several time past client stopped by Taylor Studios for a visit. He suggested I blog about what we need from a good client. I believe he was

For the last couple of years, we have been designing and fabricating interpretive exhibits for the Lincoln Heritage Museum at Lincoln College. We teamed with theatrical specialist, Eidson Studios out

A Client Guide to Figures: 2 of 6 – Starting Fabrication

This is the 2nd post of a 6 part series discussing the management and fabrication of human figures. Last month we discussed decisions that need to be made during design and

After more than 23 years of working in the interpretive design and fabrication arena, I repeatedly hear from clients they want their exhibits to be different and unique from all

My last two posts have focused on the sustainability and environmental features of a building. After that big picture view, I am now going to focus on what clients nationwide