I love this thing...5 day turn around though. They hired a pro pool player to make the fancy shots. This was for a Centrum Vitamin commercial.
Anti smoking campaign for a nice art director
The camera tracked through the tunnel for this TNT station ID bumper.
We created a framework of routed rings and wrapped them on the inside with coroplast.
cast plastic bottles...that was a boat load of resin
For the main actors we had an internal vest with an aluminum rod that the globes were mounted to, which centered the globes over the heads...
An entire room of portable pain relief
cannot remember the movie..
for SNL...had about a day to make this and two other wierd chairs...
wrapped over a chair made of 1" thick plex. I stayed up all night....wieghed a ton
in cast resin....
we used neon, concrete, stained glass, steel, and fiber optics....
clear cast urathane and white resin minus the fancy custom labels
For an Ebay commercial...with cubic zirconium
this was used for a print ad
Custom glasses and tops...turned on a lathe
Laser cut vinyl and cubic zirconium
wood and leather, with a hidden hinge.
Super light weight in foam and laser cut plastic for the excellent Timothy W
for an indipendant movie...in foam and resin
Another movie tombstone. I like these jobs....
A movie I think...same old recipe...laser cut plex and foam
This one was for the show "Deadbeat" a hulu produced TV series.
a Llanview relic..
This was about 4' x 7' and fun to paint
For a Toyota commercial and print ad campaign.
These were for a TV cosmetic ad. We had a grinding and polishing bee....
in plated metal...
Laser cut plex with lacquer... about 30" diameter
in plex and lego...full sized
cast resin for a QVC commercial
in resin and laser cut plex...way back in the days when computer morphing required models of the intermediate stages
I still have this lightning machine. It hurts.
Probably threw them out after shooting!
no job too small!
He was about 14" tall
This was a collapsable gingerbread house, with magnetic edges to reset. Good idea Keith!
in plastic and aluminum flashing....some fancy patterns crafted by James Dieter...a smart fellow who went to RYSD
Drew G. added the flames
This was attached to the roof of a car for a movie.
for a documentary
for a print ad
towel mounted to a ridged form
Made this Thinker for Yogart..yogurt and art..the BEST frozen yogurt, with cool art themed decor..in magic sculpt epoxy resin and foam. It slowly rotates in the Fro Yo place in Edgewater NJ
no heads, in cast resin and vaccum formed parts
Here are the heads in cast resin
? not sure how this was used...in plex
Resin ice cast from a silicone mold..with some acrylic chunkage
Have you seen the sexy ice lady in the Comedy section? She was allegedly hewn from this block..in the story.
Not really bronze or sandstone
Made of acrylic with a lacquer finish
Made of acrylic with a lacquer finish
This was a pre-made sand sculpture for movie. It was covered in sand from Coney Island and taken there to be inbedded in the very same sand, on a sunny day...Then after shooting - straight to the dumpster!
Not sure why this Jack in the box was involved with selling something on TV. I did like making it.
These are hollow white acrylic letters with vinyl logos on them. For a corporated event.
These are used to park jewelry and watches next too... for fancy photo shoots
Giant hornet's nest in paper and foam
Used in History Channel's ancient american giants investigative series. I believe I started with a cardboard box and a hot glue gun, then moved on to Magic Sculpt...the teeth were cast resin.
We made three times this amount for a TV commercial of a Casino in Macao. They are paper covered plex tubes..we also made individual chips..paper covered ceramic blanks...
For a Tiffany commercial..
Locker for an ad..laser cut plex with wood frame...back lit
Laser cut plex
Here it is back lit..
These guys were hilarious. Pressurized blue liquid came shooting out of both ends. This was how they celebrated their Clash Royale victory in the commercial. They did it over and over again getting soaked every time. I was hiding behind the couch with my pressure tank