Level52 Studios was founded in 2015 to pursue two core missions; to design and create some of the highest quality toys and collectibles on the market, and help other artists and companies do the same.
After months of planning and with the generous support of our family and friends, we scraped together our fabrication shop complete with a truck load of donated furniture from our friends at Valkyrie Entertainment, a malfunctioning repossessed 3D printer we found for a song on eBay, and a hefty supply of bright-eyed idealism.
Our hardworking team has managed to establish Level52 Studios as the up-and-coming provider of top quality 3D printing and prototyping services for both individual artists and large companies alike.
With clients like Sideshow Toy, Sony Entertainment, Nickelodeon Movies, Paramount Pictures, and more, we have proven our exceptional attention to detail and dedication to artistry and craft sets our work apart in the industry.
As Level52 Studios grows, we are looking forward to expanding our business into developing both licensed and original lines of products for our fellow pop-culture enthusiasts to enjoy.
Beginning with our new partnership with the family of Frank Frazetta and his namesake museum, Level52 is hard at work laying down the groundwork for a new breed of fantasy/sci-fi art collectibles.
We sometimes mistake him for a lumberjack who unwittingly wandered onto the premises. Chris is a man of many hats, some of which include sculptor, business manager, and 3D print engineer.
Legend says he was raised on the Alaskan tundra by a pack of wolves. Brandon specializes in character design, concept art, and keeping our website stocked with fresh content for you to enjoy.
Made of sugar, spice and everything generally pleasant. Hanna is a classically trained painter who’s putting her years of research and technical skills to use making top-notch prototypes and graphics.
A classically trained painter who plays in a metal band, restores classic British cars, and brews his own spirits. In addition to being resident “cool guy”, Matt handles print processing and prototype painting.
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Don’t let his sweet looks fool you. While he might struggle to operate a keyboard, Arlo excels at managing shop morale and making sure the mailman knows to keep his distance.