This project was designed and fabricated by a local artist. It is a hollow structure that took hundreds of hours to fabricate. The artist choose to galvanize the piece, working with our expert team to get the best result with the least modification to the piece. The artist decided to galvanize after fabrication. Our team was able to work with him to develop a plan that involved the least amount of venting and drainage holes in discrete locations.
The artist choose to galvanize the piece, working with our expert team to get the best result with the least modification to the piece.
Hot dip was specified for two main reasons. The first is that this piece is designed for outdoor display. After the hours of fabrication the artist wanted to ensure their work was protected. Hot dip provided long lasting and low maintenance protection. Secondly, the artist believed the hot dip aesthetic highlighted the industrial look of the piece. The zinc coating helped to bring a visually enhancing element to the piece.
Recreation & Entertainment
Oakland, CA United States
Aesthetics, Coating Durability, Corrosion Performance
The entire sculpture was galvanized, approx 6 feet tall and 6 feet long
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