Mark can accurately re-create an item as it appears in its original form; this has been successfully used to make collectable props for marketing campaigns, exhibition stands, to historical and educational props for museums and the Emergency Services.
Elizabethan House in Plymouth
Mark was commissioned by The Hub to supply over a hundred Elizabethan-styled props for the Elizabethan House Museum Plymouth. These comprise furniture and crates to disguise modern radiators, five realistic fake fires, furniture hiding projectors, shelves, tools and paraphernalia.
Toy Shop Tree
Silicone moulds taken from tree bark were used in the construction of this 3-metre tall tree for a toyshop display.
Goodyear BTCC Trophy
Fluid Thinking Limited approached Mark to make the WINGFOOT AWARD trophy on behalf of GOODYEAR, to present to the winner of the 2020 British Touring Car Championships. The trophy was produced by machining multiple layers of acrylic to form the shape of the Wingfoot design, before attaching it to a cylindrical base complete with sponsorship decals.
Bentley & Skinner Windows
Mark was commissioned directly by the jewellers to replicate part of the interior from their exclusive Mayfair store. This was displayed on their stand at the Masterpiece London Art Fair 2019 and comprised of the large mirrored arched doorway, two opening doors and numerous oval wall mirrors.
Fire Hazard Props
Mark was commissioned by the London Fire Brigade to create replica props and displays to use for educational purposes. This covered cigarettes, matches, candles, boiling over pans of oil, left on irons and hair straighteners.
Red Cross Parcel Replicas
The challenge: to create replica props of a WW2 Red Cross Parcel, which included tins of food and bars of chocolate reminiscent of the time, used for educational purposes.