From the coolest place on Earth: ROBOTS!
May 2011 - Eileen Zolkos
I make exoskeletons - outer shells - and bring characters to life. Living sculptures.
I look at the shape of objects and see their potential to portray something.
Virtually everything can be changed to suit my needs: re-shaped,
cut-down, painted...altered in my 'foundry', to be seen as something else.
I manipulate plastic from different - but typical - containers, and use ordinary household,
hardware, gym, petshop & discount items: things you'll find in your kitchen, bathroom,
closets, fridge, and junk drawer. Stuff that's readily available to us all.
Look closely at my parts and you'll say, 'hey, I have that at home!'
I create detailed, dazzling life-sized depictions of your favorite characters
in fully-functional costume form, and make them real by
performing as them...becoming them: this is known as 'Cosplay'.
What I offer are experiences: lasting, memorable encounters.
Currently available for performances:
Brooklyn Optimus Prime
The noble and valorous leader of the Autobot Transformers,
Prime is the ultimate symbol of strength, leadership, and honor.
Immediately recognizable, this sharp, detailed, and brilliant costume
depicts the galaxy's greatest hero from the recent Transformers films.
See more photos on the next page: click on the 'B-Prime' button above.
Version 10, April 2013 - Beth Brown, BabsEyes.com
"Freedom is the right of all sentient beings"
The favorite Transformer of kids & adults alike, Bee is a brave soldier
with a big heart, a punch-packing cannon, and a knack for pranks.
Everyone loves Bee. Everyone.
B-Bee is stunning and complex, a flashy jaw-dropper.
Learn more about him: click on the 'B-Bee' button above.
Version 4, May 2013 - Carlos A. Smith
"I wish to stay with the humans..."
The T-800 endoskeleton: the iconic symbol of technology run amok
- of a true evil lacking pity, remorse, or fear -
is humankind's ultimate enemy...and entertainer!
Do you run for your life, or move in for a closer look?
Invite The Terminator and you will get everyone's attention!
Check out more details: click on the 'BT-800' button above.
Version 4, March 2013 - Beth Brown, BabsEyes.com
The Transformers Autobot Weapons Specialist. The ultimate robot experience.
His visual impact is enormous. Your event will get the attention it deserves!
Large, bulky, and layered. Heavily armed, he is amazingly complex.
B-Ironhide is as much robot as my design process will allow.
Check him out: click on the 'B-Ironhide' button at the page top.
Dec. 2011 - Alan Camuto
"I just wanted to show ya my cannons!"
Brooklyn Mechanical Robot
When you need a very mechanical-looking character who is not known or copyrighted.
Great for videos, commercials, & photoshoots. Extremely detailed, he is a jaw-dropper!
See what all the fuss is about: click on 'B-Mech Robot' at the page top.
April 2013 - Beth Brown, BabsEyes.com
"I am the future..."
The trouble-making Decepticon Transformer, he's part jet fighter.
He lives to serve the forces of evil, but he knows how to entertain!
Check him out: click on 'B-Starscream' in the red band at the page top.
Oct. 2012 - Howard Levy, HSL Photography
Yikes, everybody run!
And...Coming summer 2013...
The awesome Jaeger from the upcoming film 'Pacific Rim'.
The 'Brooklyn' robots are available for:
private or corporate parties; promotions, special events,
video & photo shoots; or any situation where you want
people to stop in their tracks, drop their jaws,
come over, and ask 'how the heck did he do that?'
Let me perform for you and your event.
My prices are reasonable. My services are professional and unique.
Do something different for your special event!
Want your own one-of-a-kind costume?
How about exotic replica-weaponry?
I can build it; there are no limits. This is my art!
April 2013 - Beth Brown, BabsEyes.com
Contact Peter Kokis anytime at:
PeterKokis@verizon.net c. 718 219-1249
Check out these ten pages for more images of what's available,
and what else is in the foundry and coming,
as well as some cool, eclectic music.
To navigate thru the pages, click on the buttons in the red band at the top.
April 2013 - Beth Brown, La Vie En Rose
"It would be an honor for any of us to perform for you all."
June 2011 - Aaron Sagers
March 2013 - Beth Brown
Nov. 2011 - Eileen Zolkos
Oct. 2012 - Fred R. Conrad, NY Times