Posts tagged Props & Memoribilia
Miniatures Universe is a company that has created a model kit of the Tyrell Corporation Pyramid. It’s highly detailed, costs 99.55€ + Postage and can be bought at Ebay.fr
Scott Pettersen has created a second version of Rachael. The Figure comes in two options where one is with an seamless body ($975) while the regular “Full Set” version will cost you $875. An amazing and detailed figure that also comes with an Owl which I guess is artificial 😉
You can find more information and order one of Scott’s amazing figures at Figure Art of Scott Pettersen
Figure Artist Scott Pettersen has created yet another set of two amazing figurines. He’s created stunning minature replicas of J.F Sebastian’s friends, Keiser and Bear. They are both stunnning in likeness in every way you could imagine and You can pre-order them both now ($1,200.00).
The Vid-Phone that Deckard uses when he calls Rachael (The scene outside Taffey Lewis’s “The Snake Pit”) is for sale at Propstore. The bidding for the Vid-Phone starts at £10.000 and is one of many items in the Entertainment Memoribilia Live Auction that’s set to the 23’rd of September at The Odeon BFI IMAX theatre in Waterloo, London, England.
The listing for the Vid-Phone says that most of the electronics are present but untested and a replica Vid-Phone access card is included. The Vid-Phone also shows minor wear due to production use and age and has a crack in the plastic along the top perimeter. It remains otherwise in very good condition. Dimensions: 36 cm x 38 cm x 81 cm (14” x 15” x 32”). To visit the Propstore and read more about the Vid-Phone, please click here
Over 450 lots of original props, costumes and rare production material from more than 150 films and television shows will be auctioned at ODEON BFI IMAX, Waterloo, London. The spectacular live event will feature an interactive webcast with bidding available online, by phone or in person.
Prop Store and ODEON will also present a 2 week, museum-grade,
free-to-enter exhibition showcasing over 250 of the auction lots. This display will allow visitors the opportunity to get up close with these incredible pieces of entertainment history.
More photos of the Blade Runner Blimp has found their way to the website (All thanks to Paul E Francis (of Chronicle Collectibles) and Clay Brown)
The Blimp are currently available for anyone to see over at Warner Bros. Studio Tour in Los Angeles, I hope that the 262 images that Paul E Francis shares with us will fulfill anybody’s cravings for Blimps.
These photos truly shows us the amount of details that Blade Runner is filled with.