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Sci-Fi Themed Games Console Units

Gaming Furniture Range Expands!

I hope you’ll forgive our continuing to showcase this new range of gaming furniture that we’re currently producing & selling ‘off-the-shelf’ but, apart from anything else, I can’t quite get over how photogenic they all are!

They are, as usual, available from our Etsy shop but you are positively encouraged to contact us here at Icon & Co directly if you’d like any further information or if you have an enquiry.

One of our newest items, pictured below, is a dystopia-themed games room shelf; designed to appeal to the teenage gamer or indeed the gaming enthusiast of any age, & is hand-painted MDF expertly finished by our props & scenic art team; the same guys responsible for many a Dr Who set or prop (& others!).

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Sci-fi themed, hand-made, hand-painted games console unit & TV monitor stand.

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Our ‘Post-apocalpse’ range: sci-fi themed, hand-painted games console unit & TV monitor stand.

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Hand-painted gaming // games room shelf

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Mini Tardis Dr Who Prop

Flatline Tardis Dr Who Prop

Well, the latest BBC Dr Who series is almost upon us (Series 8, set to start 23/8/14), & there is palpable excitement amongst its many fans.  We (Icon & Co [Wales] Ltd) are very proud of our continued involvement as one of the suppliers to the show’s production in nearby Cardiff, & were especially excited to spot the media coverage of the mini Tardis Dr Who prop, which was built by ourselves, that appeared a few weeks back (see pic above).  Our handiwork was splashed across much of the British printed media, including The Sun’s full-page treatment which we’ve featured here.

As the animation below shows, we did have a little trouble with the transportation mechanism which, once installed, got stuck on a de-materialisation loop.  We did eventually manage to jump in and flick the necessary switch, bringing all back under control, but not after we lost the boss somewhere in 1835.  I’m sure he’ll be happy there…

Series 8 Dr Who Tardis

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