How To Make a Daft Punk Helmet

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Harrison Krix, is a rather skilled prop maker. At least he seems to know his way around “sculpting, resin casting, chroming and vacuum forming” – and that’s an awful lot more than we even understand.

So, when commissioned to produce an exact replica of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo’s famous Daft Punk helmet, Krix didn’t baulk at the idea – or perhaps he did at first – but set about spending the next 17 months (yes, 17) doing so, with of course, many trials and tribulations along the way.

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