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A Frazetta Affair

Recently, we here at Quarantine Studio had the opportunity to visit our first ever licensor, the Frank Frazetta museum. An invitation had been extended to us earlier this year to come up and take a look at some unpublished works to see if we could find a subject for another statue. We knew that we would see some amazing artwork but nothing could prepare us for what we actually experienced.

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The Countess of Karnstein Awaits

Coming soon to a blood filled hot tub near you, the Countess Karnstein. This 1/4 scale bust measures a whopping 10 1/2 inches and is absolutely perfect in every way. Sculpted by the very talented Joe Simon, our Countess is just stepping into her nightly bath of blood and is joined by a few of her pets. Parted into 5 solid resin pieces with very little clean-up work required, this kit is ready to paint in no time. The base is poured in transparent red resin with a cavity on the underside for lighting and power possibilities. Read More

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The Frank Frazetta Tribute Statue

Quarantine Studio is proud to announce, “The Frank Frazetta Tribute Statue,” has started it’s manufacturing process.  The FFTS has been a labor of love for all those involved with the project. We, at Quarantine Studio, would like to thank Frank Jr. Enterprise and The Frazetta Museum for letting us, once again, work with our first licensed intellectual property, to create what we hope will be a cherished piece for all Frank Frazetta Collectors throughout the World. The Frazetta Tribute statue is scheduled for a late 3rd quarter and or early 4th quarter release date and preordering will be available soon through our website and our various retail and wholesale partners worldwide. We again, would like to Thank all parties that have been involved with bringing this Amazing concept to Life. Read More

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Return of the Frazetta Death Dealer Bronze Statue

If you have been following Quarantine Studio on Facebook or YouTube then you may already know about the announcement that we have brought back the Solid Bronze Frank Frazetta Death Dealer statue to finish the edition. Each one of the solid bronze statues is hand-crafted in the traditional lost wax casting technique. This process takes an incredible amount of time due to the high-quality craftsmanship and artistry involved. This magnificent piece of artwork is extremely limited to just 13 statues worldwide, four of which are already gone at the time of this post. It is fully licensed by the Frazetta Art Museum and is available today from both the museum website and the Quarantine Studio website. In the video announcing the statue you can get an up close, 360° view of the statue and its details and for those who stayed to the end of the video found out a bit more. Read More

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Get Inked from Quarantine Studio

No we are not getting into the body art business. We are however, adding some new products to our line up. We have been working with a talented illustrator to come up with some concept designs of future statues. During the back and forth of changes to the conceptual drawings some really nice pieces have emerged. So nice in fact that we thought that they could stand on their own as a viable product. Read More