• JULY 20

    Ann Arbor Observer features Nethercraft Creations

    Press: Added October 2012

    Ann Arbor Observer features Nethercraft Creations

    "Don't have the funds to experience a magnificent Baroque-style fountain in Rome? Want to check out a towering artistic interpretation of Cthulhu, the malevolent high priest of the elder gods from the writings of science-fiction author H.P. Lovecraft without the bother of attending a sci-fi convention?" See the full article at Arborweb.com

  • MAR 11

    Fort Worth Museum features Egyptian Tomb

    Press: Updated March 2011

    Fort Worth Museum "Egyptian Daily Life" display

    When the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History needed to create the perfect setting for their "Egyptian Daily Life" collection, they turned to Nethercraft's Egyptian Tomb and Panelstone elements to craft an engaging backdrop that still maintained the level of authenticity demanded by their staff and patrons.

  • MAR 11

    Playboy Mansion transformed by Panelstone

    Press: Updated March 2011

    The 2010 Playboy Mansion Halloween party


    Hugh Hefner's Playboy Mansion Halloween Party is renowned as being among one of the world's finest, and the 2010 event was certainly no exception. The legendary "halls of hedonism" were transformed into classic medieval stonework and created the perfect environment to whisk guests into a fantasy realm for an evening of dancing and decadence.

  • MAR 10

    Transworld Halloween Attractions Show

    Events: March 10-13, 2011, St. Louis, MO

    Transworld


    Transworld is the nation's largest trade show aimed at the creators of "haunted" attractions. It has grown to encompass corn mazes, renaissance faires, theme parks, haunted houses, and a whole range of themed family entertainments. For the last 16 years, TransWorld's Annual Halloween & Attractions Show has gathered the largest collection of industry leading vendors and a huge selection of products under one roof.

  • JUN 9

    Stained Glass Association of America

    Events: June 9-11, 2011 - Syracuse, NY

    SGAA


    Stained Glass Association of America (SGAA) - a professional trade association whose membership consists of the finest architectural stained and decorative art glass artists and studios in the United States and around the world. The SGAA actively works for the betterment of the craft of stained glass and architectural art glass through various programs that are designed to benefit the members of the SGAA and their clients.

  • JUN 13

    NeoCon World Trade Fair

    Events: June 13-15, 2011 - Chicago, IL

    SGAA


    Explore and discover thousands of groundbreaking products & resources at the NeoCon World Trade Fair in Chicago. This premier tradeshow will be showcasing the largest exhibition & conference for commercial interiors and will offer the North Architecture and Design community with over 150 CEU-certified association forums & seminars, leading keynote speakers, building and design resources and materials, latest products and modern exhibits. More than 700 top exhibitors will be taking part in the event and will draw over 40,000 tradeshow visitors from North America and all over the world. NeoCon World Trade Fair is a perfect platform for displaying cutting-edge products for retail, healthcare, residential, office, healthcare, green/sustainable, institutional/education, government and hospitality.

  • MAR 11

    ABC's Extreme Makeover, Home Edition

    Press: Updated March 2011

    Panelstone was used to transform the Simpson family home into a castle.The January 16 episode of ABC's Extreme Makeover, Home Edition featured a very special renovation. Using elements from the Nethercraft Panelstone collection, the Simpson family home in Savannah, Georga was transformed into a stunning fairytale castle.

  • MAR 11

    Panelstone Seen In Zombieland

    Press: Updated March 2011

    Various Panelstone elements are visible in this scene from Zombieland.The smash-hit zombie comedy "Zombieland" is set in a world overrun by zombies. The action inside a zombie-infested amusment park (rather appropriately) features a number of architectural elements from the Nethercraft Panelstone collection!

  • AUG 05

    Flint Journal Feature

    Press: Flint Journal, August 2005

    Someone gave Tomak Bakisk the ultimate compliment about his sculpture "Fountain at Minerva" at last year's Michigan Renaissance Festival. "It looks like a Bernini," the admirer said. "It made me feel successful, like I hit the nail on the head," said the 34-year-old Warren artist, who reveres 17th century Italian master Gianlorenzo Bernini. [Read More]

  • AUG 04

    The Pennsic Independent

    Press: The Pennsic Independent, August 2004

    On Sunday evening, several self-described “minions” from Shadowclans arrived at the Middle Kingdom Royal encampment with a large wagon load of sculptural pieces. Telling curious onlookers to wait and see what it was, they began to assemble a huge base into which they inserted a waterproof liner painted to look like tile-work. [Read More]

  • JUN 04

    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

    Press: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, June 2004

    Christopher Vogler recalled the first time he read the book "The Hero With a Thousand Faces" by mythologist Joseph Campbell. "My teeth were falling out of my head and my brain was boiling. He was answering all the questions I had," said Vogler. [Read More]