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Showing posts from August, 2010

It's V-J Day today in Times Square NYC (the WWII Kiss)

I'm not sure how many of our readers are familiar with the iconic photo of the WW2 kiss between a sailor and a nurse in 1945, taken in celebrations marking the end of WW2 in Times Square, New York. The photo was taken by Alfred Eisenstaedt on August 14 1945 and became world-known after being published in Life magazine. Hundreds of people are set to re-enact the kiss in Times Square today.   To help commemorate the 65th anniversary of the U.S. triumph over Japan, V-J Day, a 26 foot statue representing the image has been installed for viewing both today, and tomorrow (Aug 14-15, 2010).

Not only is today a great day for the 65th anniversary, but it is a great day for us:Custom Creations Theming, as we had the pleasure of working on "The Kiss" or "Unconditional Surrender" statue for our client J. Seward Johnson, serving as both sculptural and hard coating application (which protects the inner foam carving from any weather as well as add durability)  This…

It's been a busy summer so far

A great big sorry goes out to all of our followers, as we have not been doing a good job keeping our blog updated as it should be. However, we do have a good reason for it and that is that we have been extreamly busy here at the shop. Some recent cool projects this summer so far include: Two 18 hole black light miniature gild courses in Germany, a 10' tall sculpture of Michael Jackson, a life sized foam sculpture of Jerry Lee Lewis, a 16' tall Christmas Tree with equally scaled, over sized Teddy bear and train, Giant Wizard of Oz Ruby Red slippers and yes.... Even a large set of tennis balls!

For now, most of these new projects can be seen on our newly designed web page: (another project that took us away from posting here).

I hope you are all enjoying your summer and look forward to posting our current projects soon!


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