The short answer is yes! We have experience in creating, delivering, mounting and finalizing structures intended for the public eye in large open spaces. Transporting structures which sometimes weigh multiple tonnes of materials is something we are increasingly good at doing (With a little help from our logistics team).
We pride ourselves on creating unique pieces of art that are one of a kind. If a particular project inspired you and you want a near identical design we are happy to accommodate however, the piece created for you will have it’s own unique appearance that sets it aside from the previous project.
Absolutely! If being apart of the step by step process is something of relevance to you we’re always open for a chat and an update. The early stage process is the best time to get involved and offer your precious feedback on the work ahead.
Sketching the work is an important part of any creation process that we undertake. Although we don’t normally send updates with sketch work, if this is something you would require or like to receive don’t hesitate to let us know! We want our clients to be as much involved and a part of our work as they want to be.
Most commissions begin with a simple description of what you’re looking for submitted to us via email or, our contact form which allows you to upload your own designs. Upon receipt, we will reach back out to you to discuss in further depth the work in aims to provide you with an accurate quotation. Depending on the nature of the project, there can be a few additional steps which we may require from you. Once we arrive at a general direction, size, and budget, we send you a commission summary and deposit request to initiate the commission. Any commission work undertaken will begin with a variable deposit based on the order size and no less than 25% of the value of the total work.
In general no there is no minimum budget required for any commission work however, we do reserve the right to add a minimum labour charge to any work requested. This will be explained clearly during the quotation process.