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Greyhound Terminal Architectural Sculpture

Greyhound Terminal Architectural Sculpture
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Brothers Robert and Gavin Paisley founded Chisel & Mouse to channel their passion for architecture by creating sculptures of iconic buildings. Each piece is made with plaster, which gives the sculpture weightiness and presence, as well as a cool, smooth finish. Chisel & Mouse combines traditional sculpting, molding, and casting with CAD and 3D printing to create each of its designs. In its rendering of the Greyhound Bus Terminal in Washington, D.C., Chisel & Mouse captures the perfect symmetry of the building’s facade. The art deco building features vertical and horizontal straight lines, as well as rounded corners, which gives it a softer look. The plaster sculpture is enhanced with door and window accents that are made of etched nickel silver.

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