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Millenium FX is a supplier of cutting edge prosthetics, animatronics and special make-up FX for film, television, commercials, music promos, theatre and corporate projects.
Custom work for the Haus of GagaEdit
Horns and bonesEdit
The Prosthetic Horns are latex prostetic pieces that are molded onto Lady Gaga's face and shoulder regions. They first appeared during the Born This Way era, appearing on the "Born This Way" single artwork, Nick Knight photoshoots, as well as being worn to the 53rd Grammy Award Ceremony and multiple interviews proceeding the performance.
The prosthetics were done by Neill Gorton.
- Nick Knight (Dec 14, 2010)
- Terry Richardson (Dec 18, 2010)
- Born This Way (Jan, 2011 Nick Knight,)
- Mariano Vivanco (Feb 6, 2011)
- 53rd Annual Grammy Awards (Feb 13, 2011)
- The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (Feb 14, 2011)
- Good Morning America (Feb 17, 2011)
- On The Record (May 9, 2011)
- Inside The Outside (May 18, 2011)
The Bride's prostheticsEdit
Brian Coldrick worked on the sketches with the team at Millennium FX and the Haus. Richard Martin painted the cyborg pieces.
The props were worn by Gaga for her character, The Bride shot on July of 2011 for "Yoü and I". On the set, Rob Mayor (Millennium FX) flew out to Nebraska to apply the pieces.
The team created the tail along with the gills. Brian Coldrick worked on the sketches with the team at Millennium FX and the Haus.The props were worn by Gaga for her character, Yüyi the mermaid shot on July of 2011 for "Yoü and I". On the set, Rob Mayor (Millennium FX) flew out to Nebraska to apply the pieces.
The tail body was sculpted by Richard Martin and Sharna Rothwell and made with silicone. Richard Martin also did the tail spines and un unseen dorsal fin, gill and blender prosthetics. The team had 8 days to create and paint the props.