Each figure displayed in our museum is a unique work of art and involves several months of planning, research, and development. Our artists and sculptors are among the most experienced in the world.
Each precious work of art takes an average of 6 months to produce, and sometimes longer depending on the level of complexity. Over 200 photographs and 200 measurements are taken. The figure may require up to 20 artists to complete. Once the head has been created, each hair is manually implanted, and then several thin layers of paint are added, over a period of weeks, to provide the correct absorption to reach the desired skin tone. The most advanced materials are used, from real human hair to surgical prosthetics to porcelain teeth. In the past, all figures were made using beeswax.