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Above: Scott Molampy posing with Geppetto Studios’ 18 Foot “MECH WARRIOR 3” Sculpture that was placed in the main lobby of the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA. for the 1998 E-3 Consumer Electronics Trade Show (Client: LIV Design/Hasbro Interactive). Geppetto also fabricated two 7 foot versions of MECH WARRIOR 3 exhibited at the same show for their client, LIV Design/Hasbro Interactive (seen below).

MECH WARRIOR 3

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Detail of the 18 Foot “MECH WARRIOR 3” Sculpture (shown above at the E-3 Consumer Electronics Trade Show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles in 1998). Precisely following the superb direction of their client, Tom Barnes, of LIV Design (for Hasbro Interactive), Geppetto’s highly skilled artisans painstakingly duplicated every curve and angle of this fascinating robot- right down to the last detail. Geppetto Studios’ also fabricated two 7 foot versions of MECH WARRIOR 3 for LIV Design, exhibited at the same exposition (see below).

Studio photo of one of the two 7 foot “MINI MECHS”, as we affectionately referred to them. They truly are magnificent “creatures”  -though perhaps not exactly cute and cuddly (details of this photo below).

MECH WARRIOR 3 VIDEO GAME.

Studio photos above and below: details one of the two 7 foot “MINI MECHS” (as we affectionately referred to them). Several of the attendees at the E-3 Consumer Electronics Trade Show that year were quite amazed when they learned that these sculptures were not metal-  but 100% foam rubber!

MECH WARRIOR 3 video game’s cover illustration.

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Will posing at the feet of Mech Warrior 3/ LIV DESIGN/ 1998.