The scent of this candle is inspired by the Pacific Northwest, where Missing Link takes place, and LAIKA's home in Portland.
Come home to a friendly hug from the Pacific Northwest with the scent of fir needle, cedar leaf, and rosemary. This organic soy candle, hand-poured in Portland, Oregon by AAPI and woman-owned All Burn Wax, will whisk you away to the world of Missing Link.
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Missing Link 'Friendly' Organic Soy Candle
All Burn Wax
BASED IN PORTLAND, OR
Melding Portland Vibes with Japanese Heritage
We are proud to partner with Diana Aalberg, the visionary founder of All Burn Wax. Her hand-poured, organic soy candles and scents, including those inspired by our stop-motion animation films, are created in the heart of NW Portland. Infused with a unique blend of Portland and Japanese aesthetics, these candles pay homage to her home and ancestry.
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Eggs’ sweater was made using a couching technique, where different weights of threads dyed various shades of green were sewn onto a stretchy mesh backing, giving it a dimensional, worn-in look.
Winnie’s dress ruffles required 37 yards of bias-cut chiffon ribbon.
The costume department test-dyed a number of fabric swatches (like these intended for Judge Hopkins) to get exactly the right color combinations for the Puritan-era zombie costumes in ParaNorman.
Coraline has 9 outfit changes throughout the film Coraline (including a pink skirt made with stretchy, hand-dyed lycra fabric and multi-color embroidery)—more than any other character in any LAIKA film to date.
This beetle print—a test swatch made from bamboo glued onto kimono fabric in strips—is inspired by the Japanese rhinoceros beetle, or kabutomushi (kabuto means “helmet” and mushi means “bug”).