Every now and then we have to make a sidebar for Todd’s individual work. Apart from designing exhibitions he still produces the occasional decor piece or set design for the film industry. This summer he created an enormous imitation stained-glass window for an as yet unnameable American film realized in the Netherlands. What we can show you are some images of the work in progress. The work was created in the workshop, using painted and printed material, and transferred to an exterior set built on location. This construction mimicked the exterior of an existing gothic church. Using the right camera perspective we can thus create the illusion of continuity between the location and the set, without ever having to disturb the church’s activities or interior climate. When the film is released you will find an update here.
HANDWORK - ARTWORK
Small intimate paper-cuts
Commissions come in all shapes and sizes. Additionally, the emotional teneur can vary quite a lot. Recently I’ve made two small paper-cuts that have served as memorials to the recently deceased: One as a pall Read more…