SolidArt’s work is characterised by the incorporation of artistic expertise to add a unique and attractive dimension. Our model makers, artists and 3D designers combine aesthetic interest with accuracy and robustness to withstand public handling.
Artwork used in this way can communicate a liveliness and relevance to exhibits and their context. Good aesthetics greatly enhance the interpretative narrative of an exhibition.
SolidArt provides tactile exhibits of any size, durable and weatherproof, for static or interactive displays. 3D maps, replicas and historical reconstructions can be modelled to inspire all of your visitors.
Interactive components can be combined with models and artwork to impressive and compelling effect.
Our previous work ranges from an interactive 3D county map with locations that light up as the audio visual display progresses, GRP dinosaur heads which roar when fed, a small-scale Malmesbury Abbey expertly modelled from walnut wood and MDF, designed to be taken apart and rebuilt by museum visitors, a red kite sculpted from wood, Malmesbury town in relief featuring interactive photographic buttons and a meticulously reconstructed Roman town house based on archaeological evidence found in Dorchester on Thames.