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General Mosaic Questions?
How does it work?
How do people engage with the Mosaic?
Will there be enough Mosaic pieces?
How is the art customized?
What is it made out of?
What art mediums work the best?
What if people don't think they are creative?
The Wedding Mosaic FAQs
Where is the Mosaic best positioned?
Will the experience take away from other event happenings?
Is the Mosaic a guestbook alternative?
The Corporate Mosaic FAQs
Are there discounts for bulk orders?
Do we provide consultation?
Can we lead live team building experiences?
What is an internal media marketing strategy?
What do we mean by media marketing from the bottom up?
General Mosaic Questions
How does it work?
With its unique geometric design, every Mosaic piece has its place. After guests or participants create their piece (in relationship to the specific theme or prompts, they attach it to the art board.
The art board is actually a steel plate covered by a geometric patterned template. After attaching an adhesive magnet to their piece, it will usually take guests between 30 seconds to 2 minutes to discover where theirs fits.
Over time the shapes and patterns start merging together and people get excited about the emerging art. Once everyone's piece is in place, the art is finished and ready to display in a location where it will be appreciated.
How much time does it take?
People generally take anywhere between 2 and 10 minutes to create their unique piece. Some people choose to make a piece together.
If the Mosaic is set up to happen throughout your event it's a general rule that 40 to 160 people will finish an 80 piece mosaic in between 1 and 3 hours.
How do people know what to do?
The Mosaic is intuitive and there are simple steps laid out that make it easy for guests to engage..
Meanwhile, some people need more guidance. Each Mosaic, in relation to the specific theme (ie celebrating love, everyone's unique genius), comes with a simple set of prompts that you can lay out to spark inspiration.
With clear instruction, visuals for inspiration, and a unique invitation, guests will have no problem making a beautiful work of art together.
Will there be enough pieces?
An 80 piece mosaic is ideal for between 60 and 200 people for a 3 to 4 hour occasion. When there are fewer people, some guests will inevitably make more than one. When there are lots of people the collective art will get finished with quicker momentum. Many people will choose to make pieces together.
Upon request, we provide additional pieces beyond the art so that everyone who wants to contribute has a chance.
The Wedding Mosaic FAQs
Where is the Mosaic best positioned?
It depends on what you're going for. If it's a large event and you want there to be multiple places where the action is happening then the Mosaic can be set up in any place where people can gather. If you want the energy of the party to be focused (ie around the dance floor), the Mosaic is best set up near the action.
When bringing in a photo-booth or other fun engagement it's always important to think about the size of the party and where to position activities in a way that supports a fun, cohesive, and energizing experience.
Will the experience take away from other event happenings?
This is an important question to ask and more doesn't always mean better. For example, if you are excited to have a photo-boothe at your event then you must consider if all the bells and whistles are going to spread the party too thin. If you have a 150+ person wedding this might not be a problem
Do you want the Mosaic to serve as an ice-breaker to alleviate socially awkward vibes upon guest arrivals? Do you want the Mosaic to bring a creative edge and focus people next to the dance floor? Or, do you want to provide a quieter social escape and set the Mosaic up near the cocktail bar and some cozy lounge?
The Team Build Mosaic FAQs
Where is the Mosaic best positioned?
It depends on what you're going for... If it's a large event and you want there to be multiple places where the action is happening then the Mosaic can be set up in any place where people can gather. If you want the energy of the party to be focused (ie around the dance floor), the Mosaic is best set up near the action.
When bringing in a photo-booth or other fun engagement it's always important to think about the size of the party and where to position activities in a way that supports a fun, cohesive, and energizing experience.