Harrison Krix is a talented and rigorous genius. He works as a graphic designer in Atlanta, and in his free time, he designs and fabricates replica props from movies and videogames. Incorporating various skills and techniques, (without plans or instructions) he painstakingly puts together immaculate replicas. He’ll incorporate sculpting, shaping, cutting, sawing, drilling, molding, casting, fiberglassing, gluing, vacuum forming, milling, electronic wiring, painting; not to mention the hours upon hours of hand-sanding that he has to do.
His reproductions are one-of-a-kind and gorgeous.
Krix’s Volpin Props genuinely made a splash when he produced and recreated Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo‘s Daft Punk helmet last summer; taking more than seventeen months to produce that piece. This time, it’s the other half. Taking four months this turn, he has reproduced Thomas Bangalter‘s Daft Punk helmet.