...in this case, the likes of Wacky World Studios, a Florida-based company that has worked on the ET ride at Universal Studios, the Rainforest Cafe and Busch Gardens...
Check out some of the articles that have been posted about Wacky World Studios and the impact themed environments generate.
Only in the wacky world of animator-designer Bruce Barry can a TV show win a regional Emmy despite never making it past four episodes.
Click your heels three times and step into the pages of the beloved story, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, at Great Explorations Children's Museum...
Make a Wish Foundation
The Make-A-Wish folks are sending Derek and his family on a fun-filled week to Orlando to experience the magic of Disney. Bruce teaches Derek how to make some of his own cartoon magic with a lesson in some special drawing techniques. Bruce was honored to be asked to join the Make-A-Wish Foundation in a wish presentation party for Derek Llovet, a talented sixteen year old
"The Wacky World of Bruce Barry". Viewers will get an inside look at our design studio, following Bruce Barry and our staff as they oversee a project from concept to completion
Leigh Dittman: A Surfside Story
A sweet story about Shriner's Hospital patient/spokesperson, Leigh Dittman's fun and exciting visit to Wacky World Studios for a day of drawing fun with Bruce Barry
"[Themed Environments] take a child or your adult someplace they've never been," Barry explains. The pages of a Bible story come to life in the Sunday school setting when theming is done well, and children love the adventure.
Kids Point and Wacky World Studios
Featured on www.henryjudy.com If you are in Children's Ministry you probably have heard of Bruce. A self described "big kid" himself, Bruce and his wife Vivian have been using their amazing gift of design artistry to create themed environments for children's churches across the nation.
Cornerstone Christian Fellowship Rises Near Phoenix
Featured in Worship Facilites Magazine: This article speaks on Cornerstone's rapid growth and how Bruce Barry's Wacky World Studios played a large part with their children's area themed environment
Featured in Financial Times.com Today Ms Meiseles is founder and president of Snip-its, a fast-growing franchise of children-themed hair salons in the US. She hired Bruce Barry, a Florida-based animator, to design the interior of the salon, which Ms Meiseles "wanted to feel as if you were walking into a Saturday morning cartoon"
...Bruce Barry's Wacky World Studios, a set-design company in Tampa, Fl, that specializes in Sunday-school makeovers, to turn a room that had sometimes been used for funerals into a zany Toon Town where buzzers go off and confetti rains down during celebrations like baptisms. Many ministers say such investments pay off; Sunday-school attendance at First Baptist has doubled since Toon Town opened in 1999...