Iconography cooks up some oversized sticks of faux butter.
We’re just guessing, but governor-elect Jim Paddock of the Placentia Rotary Club (California) must be a big fan of butter. Iconography Studios was asked by the outgoing Rotarian governor to produce several oversized sticks of faux butter – 7-inches square and in various lengths up to 50 inches – as a savory welcoming gift for his replacement.
Iconography’s in-house design staff crafted the butter-wrap designs, and the shop used its Roland SolJet XC-540 and SolJet XJ-740 printers to output onto 3M Scotchcal IJ35-10/20 film; the original boxes the media came in served as the foundation for the “sticks.”
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