Artist & Performer Peter Kokis 
                                         

Brooklyn Starscream:  The evil Decepticon Transformer 

He lives to serve the forces of evil...only kidding,  he's a blast!

Brooklyn Starscream


Version 2,  May 2013                                                                                                          - Beth Brown,  BabsEyes.com

"All artists and performers,  mobilize!"



                                                                                                                  - Beth Brown

He's a bad guy from the Transformers universe,  and based on a jet fighter plane.



    The Brooklyn waterfront                                                                                                                                   - Beth Brown   
                            
  
  
    

                                                                                                                     - Beth Brown,  La Vie En Rose

"Nothing else like me exists anywhere,  puny human!"



                                                                                                                                                                        
- Beth Brown



                                                                                                                                                     - Beth Brown
He's a real poser!



                                                                                                             - Beth Brown 
 Sure,  he's kinda evil...but he's very friendly! 



                                                                                                                                                   - Beth Brown

Brooklyn Starscream is great for photo and video shoots.   Imagine using effects:
 
       


                                                                                                                  - Beth Brown



                                                                                                                        - Beth Brown


                                                                                                                                          - Beth Brown



                                                                                                                                - Beth Brown,  BabsEyes.com

Could you ever forget meeting him?



                                     - Howard Levy,  HSL Photography

Version 1's head,  still available for performances.
 

     
Version 1,  2012 NY Comic Con                                                                                            - Fred R. Conrad,  NY Times                                                                                                        


Brooklyn Starscream version 2
Construction time:  415 hours       Weight:  140 lbs.      Parts acquisition:  9 months

Some of his more interesting parts:
38 metal turnbuckles,  2 hockey leg guards,  1 apple slicer,  2 sponge holders,  juicer,  2 ice scrapers,  2
soap dishes,  57 hydrogen peroxide bottlecaps,  2 toilet brush holders,  2 dog bowls,  2 toilet flush handles,
4 toy truck wheels,  2 toilet paper holders,  8 bird feeders,  2 toilet tank filler assemblies,  tie rack parts,
3 trashcan foot paddles,  4 flower planter drain cups,  2 toy binoculars,  hair clipper spacer,  fannypack,  2
contact lense cases,  lotsa athletic laces,  24 corner putty knives,  2 salt & pepper shaker caps,  2 coat hooks,
2 light switch frames,  2 screen door latches,   sunglasses,  2 toy airplane wings,  lots of closet pole mounting
hardware,  2 doorstops,  45 velcro straps,  2 punk gloves,  2 shin guards,  4 baseball throat protectors,  4
bicycle wrenches,  army boots,  2 ladles,  10 hi-tech hair clips,  folding carving board,  lotsa pull handles & knobs,
toilet seat mounts,  4 trashcan lids,  toy watergun parts,  2 measuring sticks,  bicycle drink bottles,  baseball pants,
a hockey helmet (40 hours of alterations),  and thousands of nuts,  bolts,  & washers,  and...
lots and lots of plastic from trashcans,  buckets,  food / drink & cleaning product containers...and...
a whole lotta inspiration!
I'm a former military pilot - the Cobra Attack Helicopter - so I wanted to bring an aircraft to life.
        
                                               

                                                                                                                                                     
                                             
                                                           
   
  Listen to  'Transformers:  Dark of the Moon'  by Steve Jablonsky


                               

 
                                                                                                                                        - Beth Brown


   

See the coolest monster ever!
click on 'B-Alien' in the red band up top.


  

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