Serenity (firefly-class spaceship) first appeared in the pilot episode of Joss Whedon's Firefly, which is set in the year 2517, in a star system humanity migrated to after using all of Earth's resources.
The team at plinths and pedestals used all of their resources to create the perfect display plinth and acrylic display case befitting a truly magnificent work of art. Plinths & Pedestals were delighted to have been chosen and commissioned to create a custom designed bespoke display solution, not least to have gained the trust of the client in the handling of such a priceless work of art.
While we aren't all sci-fi fans, most of us can relate to and marvel at the sheer commitment and human skill employed in creating such a highly detailed model. The photos show the exterior beauty, but they cannot convey how much detail the model possesses inside, it's truly breathtaking.
Dean & Ben seen above (from right to left) were instrumental in taking the initial instruction & brief right through to design and construction, making sure the client was happy throughout the process. Displaying a prized subject such as an art piece, museum artefact, sports memorabilia, or even a full-size motorbike isn't as easy as you may think! Get the proportions wrong, and the display will appear unbalanced. Choose an incorrect finish or an unflattering colour, and the display will fail to impress.
Ben, seen above, one of our spray finish professionals builds the perfect spray finish on the base for the Serenity spaceship model. The right choice of paint coupled with an expert and experienced hand on the hi-tech airless spray system, ensure an industry leading spray finish.
Lighting is a huge consideration, not only the position, but the temperature of the lights play an essential role in highlighting the centre of attraction.For public display, materials can be a real headache. Fire safety regulations have to be considered carefully.
When listening to your brief, the team at Plinths and Pedestals will be able to guide you through the maze of fire grade paint finishes, the right plastics to be used for display cases and back them up with certificates when required. Museum curators have exacting requirements when it comes to bespoke display plinths and cases, incorrect paint finishes, and use of certain acrylics can have a debilatitive effect on ancient artefacts.
The final result and the ultimate aim is to deliver a display plinth and case that uplifts the artwork. The team at Plinths and Pedestals see themselves as artists in their own right. Each stage of the process from taking an enquiry to manufacturing and then delivering all requires meticulous care and attention bespoke to every single client. For a business to deliver exceptional service and great products consistently, all its colleagues need to share an artists desire to create a body of work to be proud of.
Evidence that a business takes pride in its work is of course in its customer reviews, be sure to check out the latest feedback from happy customers of Plinths and Pedestals, and you'll be left in no doubt.
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