Ice Blink Studios friends, family and fans-

It's been a wild adventure, but it is time to say farewell.

In 3 short years, the Ice Blink Team created outstanding work across a wide range of art and production design services for several projects, including the major motion pictures, Monster House (2005), War of the Worlds (2005), and Beowulf (2006).

But, with the completion of Beowulf, it was time for the team to move on.

Still, we’re keeping the Ice Blink website up as an archive to remember an excellent time that was.

With immense pride, we’d like to thank the Ice Blink Team, and everyone who supported them, for their hard work, amazing creativity and intense dedication. On to the next adventure!

Doug Chiang and Steve Perlman


Ice Blink Studios Update 2-17-06

Ice Blink Team

Happy New Year! We are kicking off 2006 cranking away at our current film project: Beowulf. For over a year now, the team at Ice Blink has been working on designing Robert Zemeckis’ latest performance capture film. Zemeckis' thrilling new take on the 6th century Celtic poem is due to hit theaters in November of 2007. During the last year, Ice Blink Studios has expanded to include over 30 artists and support staff. With nearly two years left to go on Beowulf, we look forward to an exciting and busy 2006.

In early 2005 we were spending most of our time designing for Steven Spielberg's War of the Worlds (now available on DVD) as well as Zemeckis' latest production, Monster House (due to be released this summer). To see some of Ice Blink's design work for War of the Worlds go to our artists' portfolios section.

In addition, below is the complete list of Ice Blink artists who worked on "War of the Worlds" but didn't get an official film credit due to studio restrictions:

Concept Design by
Doug Chiang and Ice Blink Studios

Erin Collins

Concept Artists
Aaron Becker   Brian Flora   Marc Gabbana
Randy Gaul   Kurt Kaufman   Bill Mather
Mark Sullivan   Josh Viers

CG Artists
Pete Billington   Young Duk Cho   Matt Dougan
Matt Ward   Zac Wollons

And lastly, check out Doug’s Robota designs on the new K2 Recon Riser snowboards.