Former ILM Model Makers new website

artoo77

Well-Known Member
Hello everyone-

After a year and a half, we've finally launched our website:

www.whiteroomartifacts.com

It is still a work in progress, so check back for updates.

We formed the company to design exhibitions and create high-fidelity models. Our first project, "NASA: A Human Adventure" launched in Stockholm, Sweden in January and is now traveling to Madrid, Spain. It is expected to remain in Europe for the next 5 to 10 years, and a second exhibition is planned for Asia and the US. Additionally, we have one exhibition in design phase and another in pre-production.

As you can see by our stellar crew, we are former ILM model makers. With the demise of Kerner Optical, we are looking to expand and pick up some more film work; additionally we will be offering restoration services for collectors (both model and creature work).

Concurrently, we also launched a Facebook page. Please "like" us and help spread the word...models still rule!

--Don Bies
 

jedimaster

Sr Member
Wow that's great news Don. What a line up. You looking for any 43 yr old interns? Willing to relocate.

Simon.
 
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darthviper107

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RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
That's pretty awesome, I hope you guys get lots of projects, there's still lots of use for models in films.
 

Scott Graham

Sr Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
That's great guys! Good luck with the business. You certainly have some legendary model builders involved.
 

VOODOOFX

Active Member
RPF PREMIUM MEMBER
Wow! Great news! What an amazing team... Enjoyed watching the Fair Street Films projects... I will do my best to support and spread the news and wish you the best on this new adventure. "Im with Don models still rule"! Randy
 

ralphee

Sr Member
Whoa, thats some team, Peterson, Gawley, Bailey, for starters, too cool.
Good luck all of you with the new pastures!

Lee
 

artoo77

Well-Known Member
Many thanks for all the well wishes!

At this point, we are not in need of more people, as the Kerner demise has left many talented colleagues looking for work. However, we have had the need in the past to reach past our usual workforce, and this is the first place where I would post a job. We might set up a submissions link on the website for potential new hires and interns...if we do, I'll make sure everyone here knows about it.

--Don
 

robn1

Master Member
That's great! I agree models definitely rule. I'm hoping to see a return to model use in movies.
 

ralphee

Sr Member
Yeah just to echo, models will always lead the way, CGI is fine, but itll never give a kid of this generation the passion and drive to do what we do here IMO.

Lee
 
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