Frequently Asked Questions

 

When did the collection begin?

Grand Jester Studios began in 2008 with the launch of the pulp-era hero from Disney’s 1991 cult classic, The Rocketeer. Limited to just 1000 pieces world wide, the Disney bust quickly sold out and paved the way for both obscure fan favorites from TRON and the Black Cauldron to mainstream hits like The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast and Frozen.

 

 

How many pieces have been created?

We have created 86 pieces to date including several variants (alternate editions) from The Rocketeer, Jessica from Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Jack Skellington from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas and Stitch from Lilo and Stitch.

 

Where are the masters sculpted?

We’ve used some of the best talent in the industry, including master sculptors Ruben Procopio, Patrick Romandy-Simmons, Bruce Lau, Jacqueline Perrault Gonzales as well as talented sculptors from international sculpting studios.

 

How are the characters selected?

From our fans mostly! But we also keep a close ear to the ground and make sure some of the most topical characters are represented in the line. Grand Jester Studios portrays some films and characters outside of the main princesses and standard icons, capturing them with a sense of movement, adventure and in some cases villainy.

 

Where can I find discontinued pieces?

Part of collecting is the thrill of the hunt. After an edition is sold out from Grand Jester Studios, the only place to find that missing coveted piece is through our own network of specialty retailers or though the many collector and fan sites on the world wide web.