16 Dec Shaping History Through Sculpture
Creating unique and specialized statuary for clients from around the globe is what MARBLECast Product, Inc., aka STATUES.COM, has been doing for over 25 years.
“No two sculptural projects are ever the same, and each has its own story to tell,” says Vasili Karpos, CEO of Statues.com. “From creating gift-sized statues to creating the likeness of a person in real size for a public space, we take great pride in working together with our clients to create, develop and complete projects for local, national, and global communities.”
Statues.com shapes the customer’s vision into a skillfully sculpted piece of artwork that can be seen, touched, and adorned forever. Their team of detail-oriented and highly-skilled sculptors and artisans combine their talents to bring the clients’ vision to life before their eyes.
When the economy changed in March due to the pandemic, so did the customer’s sculptural development plans and buying patterns. A more conservative approach to organizational and private spending budgets adjusted for the customer overnight. MARBLECast clientele has always been diverse, which has been the key to their successes over the years. Today, this diversity has supported the company and its employees during these unprecedented times the world is experiencing in 2020.
Thanks to the support of the “Shop In Utah” incentive program the Governor’s Office of Economic Development launched in July, MARBLECast Products, Inc., is seeing a significant boost in interest and sales. The company is offering 30% off its unique service offerings of Custom Sculpture Making and Custom Mold Tooling, on all their custom commissioned sculptural creations. This partnership is resulting in impressive savings to new clients from around the globe.
“The enormity of being entrusted with people’s memories is a great honor, and we take great pride in not only our creative process and talents but, more importantly, in the lasting relationships that develop,” Karpos adds.
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