1:3 SCALE STATUE
Price : 2,099.99USD
Release : Mar 2019 - May 2019
Size : approximately H72cm
Limited Edition : 750
Sculpt and Paint：Yoshiki Fujimoto
Co-Paint and Production Cooperation：
Tatsuhiko Enomoto（Dainippon Koubou）
Wataru Mishima (PSYCHO MONSTERZ)
Producer, Director : Shun Harada
Manufactured and Deveroped by Mamegyorai
Distributed by Sideshow Collectibles
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Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation.
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It’s easy to argue the most beautiful and terrifying creature ever made for the silver screen was created by the late and great surrealist artist H.R. Giger for Ridley Scott’s game changing sci-fi film Alien.
Swiss artist H.R. Giger created a living breathing piece of cultural art still not surpassed nearly 40 years since its creation in 1979.
Fans were both terrified and fascinated with this original creature even though many of the smallest details remained hidden from view.
After the release of the film a small making of book, called “The Book of Alien” was released showing many behind the scenes photo of the alien.
The most famous photo shows the alien in a mysterious “folding pose” where he appears to be taking a bow for the camera, revealing new hidden details not scene in the film.
“For this limited edition, highly accurate statue, we have aimed to capture both the essence and atmosphere seen in this historic photo.”
The production team is made up of 4 of the leading ALIEN experts obsessed with every detail of the iconic creation.
We gathered every high-res original photo reference available and inspected every detail big and small.
We tried not to make up parts that were previously hidden to the naked eye. We analyzed an enormous collection of reference materials thoroughly and extracted only the facts. Our goal was to make this the most historically accurate representation of Giger’s Alien ever made.
We took multiple trips to the H.R. Giger Museum in Switzerland and the German Film Museum in Germany to uncover previously hidden information about the suit and props associated with it.
Combining both an academic and artistic eye, sculptor Yoshiki Fujimoto faithfully reproduced the photo of the Big Chap Alien in a 1/3 scale sculptural statue.