3D Love Letters

3D love text, connected love letters, painted grey. Supplied for shop displays. Made from XPS foam.


Styrofoam logos refer to logos or branding elements that are created using expanded polystyrene foam, commonly known as Styrofoam. Styrofoam is a lightweight and versatile material that is often used for packaging, insulation, and crafting purposes. It is composed of about 95% air, making it an excellent choice for creating large and intricate logo designs.

Creating Styrofoam logos typically involves a process called CNC foam cutting. A computer numerical control (CNC) machine is used to precisely carve and shape the Styrofoam material according to the desired design. The machine follows a digital template or design file to accurately replicate the logo’s shape, curves, and details. This process allows for the production of logos with sharp edges, intricate patterns, and complex three-dimensional designs.

Once the Styrofoam logo is cut, it can be further customized and finished based on specific requirements. Some common techniques include:

  1. Coating: The Styrofoam logo can be coated with various materials to enhance its appearance and durability. Options include fiberglass, resin, or a protective hard coating. These coatings provide a smooth and sturdy surface and can be painted or finished with different textures.
  2. Painting: Styrofoam logos can be painted using acrylic paints or other suitable coatings. The paint adheres well to the foam surface, allowing for vibrant colors and intricate details.
  3. Texture and finish: Depending on the desired effect, different textures and finishes can be applied to the Styrofoam logo. It can be sanded, polished, or given a specific texture such as stone, wood, or metal through various techniques.
  4. Mounting and installation: Styrofoam logos can be mounted or installed in different ways depending on their size and purpose. They can be attached to walls, freestanding structures, or display bases using adhesives, fasteners, or other suitable mounting methods.

Styrofoam logos are commonly used in various settings such as trade shows, exhibitions, retail displays, signage, and corporate events. They provide a lightweight and cost-effective alternative to heavier materials like metal or wood while allowing for intricate designs and customization options.