'Noir' Flonase commercial...1"= 1'
This model was 48" wide. The stainless cladding was formed with custom dies piece by piece using shim stock.
The diner was used in a short movie, sort of a Twilight Zone episode, where the diner is actually an alien ship that blasts off at the end.
Endless zoom in from outer space.....an excellent Peter Corbett job.
The Saturn V custom model was 5' tall. That little head up there is Rob A....another excellent Peter Corbet job.
The sign in back had hundreds of mini light bulbs and a controller to create the appearance of shorting out on cue. Sign malfunction equals constipation, so EAT TOTAL CEREAL. Yet another excellent Corbett job!
A model of the existing Metlife board room. A parting gift for the CEO of Met life.
Working LEDs in the coffered ceiling...the lid of the Metlife model board room
A view from the side door
TV commercial...photo taken during the fabrication process.
We made a rig that would launch the ball into theair and drop it in the mini net every time.
Made of embroidery thread on a tiny spoked form.
Also in the costumes section...the perfect mix of the two catagories.
These had comfy bike helmets on the inside for a snug fit.
The actors were real troupers....They wore these for up to an 45 minutes at a time. They were made to be light and balanced, Still, no air conditioning....
Plenty of air to breathe from underneath.
This was 1" = 1' with a whole lot of laser cut oak leaves. Penn lottery
Shop picture of the leaves and bark of the miniature tree..5000 laser cut paper leaves..approximately. The tree was about 36-40" tall
tokyo street for The Beastie Boys 'Intergalactic' video
The Beastie Boys 'Intergalactic' video
Tokyo for The Beastie Boys 'Intergalactic' A guy in a costume stomped all over these models...
Lord & Taylor window in NYC
The roof lifts off so Big Brawny can access the women inside....
House blew up when the trucks crashed into it
A less glamorous photo...48" wide and based on a real diner in upstate NY
For Flonase...whats Flonase you say? it makes your nasal passages flow.
European cell phone commercial. Swiss city.
Cast resin sculpture w/spray gold in a can!
with steet lamp
When the first Tim Burton Batman came out. TV commercial....
More buildings for a Lube commercial that used a 'Batman' visual theme
TIm Burton-esque lube commercial
I think a couple was driving a car around a questionable city looking for a reliable lube joint. All there was were these freakish places, untill of course they pulled into whose ever lub joint it was that payed for the commercial.
The dice rotated
This job was fun
my favorite one
VCR tapes.. I was under the table with a spoon, pitching dirt out of a tiny hole - " Dig your way to comedy....."
apollo 13 and Hardees.
We created new decals for these Slot cars
Nascar commercial on ESPN
The cars had to be tethered together if more than 3 travelled on the same track...limited juice runs through the individual tracks
for the Carson Daly Show. This was Saddam's 'rat hole' rendered in Lego...
Tiny little model for a phone company commercial..before cell phones
For German Burger King...in forced perspective
Maybe the most miniature thing we have ever made....
Cast in translucent resin from SLA parts. With sewn clothing and crepe hair.
This man sits on a giant pigeon.
the magic of pillow fibre fill..
we made a bunch of these for a miniature snow covered mountain village..and we made the village too.
This is an Irish bank commercial..
Irish bank commercial..this was about 14' wide.
The village at night..this is the town square at the end of a 20' street [in scale]
Here is that long building-lined street in the Irish village. 1" =1'
just made the boardwalk, beach, water, and car..
This was another miniature for that Irish bank Job..The joke house that home buyers want to avoid.
the rare model space ship job...for Papa Gino's I had just finished it and went to spray it with matte clear. It was actually silver paint.... and it was 2 AM ...fixed it and went to bed at 4
Watched Netflix while building it out of styrene and plex.