Featured in The Record: An article about our recent install for Calvary Pentecostal Assembly in Cambridge, ON in Canada.Feature Article:
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.
Reality TV lets its hair down at Wacky World
By Michelle Bearden
Featured in The Tampa Tribune: An article about the upcoming weekly series, "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. The Wacky World of Bruce BarryMB church's new children's building has fanciful touches
Featured in The Daily Breeze: When its new children's building opens next month, Journey of Faith Church members will enter through the door of a ship, then wander into a Disneyland-like world of jungles, cartoons and video games.Leigh Dittman & Wacky World: 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
Featured in Worship Facilities Magazine: "[Themed environments] take a child or young 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.Furnish it and They Will Come How to create a kid-friendly environment in your church
The environments we created help capture the kids' attention and draw them into the message we are trying to communicate each week." Hudson says.A special room of her own
A young patient from Shriner's Hospital wins a Tarzan-themed bedroom from Wacky World Studios.Pulling Off No Small Miracle
Featured in AWCI's Construction Dimensions Magazine: Lorrie Foreman, VP at Irvine Team, brought in Wacky World Studios to help design and theme the renovated Houston Compaq Center into Joel Osteen's amazing Lakewood Church.Special-Effects Wizard Takes Whimsy to Church Designs for Children Are Changing the Face of Worship Centers Nationwide
Featured in the Orlando Sentinel: Bruce Barry, a special-effects wizard who designed animatronic gorillas and elephants for Rainforest Cafes and painted backgrounds for Universal Studios, has almost completed this razzle-dazzle children's ministry environment for the new complex at Northland Church in Longwood, Fla.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.Making Worship Space--and Message--Relevant to Children
Bruce Barry speaks on the topic of creating exciting, themed environments that not only entertain, but send a positive message.Cornerstone Christian Fellowship Rises Near Phoenix
Featured in Worship Facilities Magazine: This article speaks on Cornerstone's rapid growth and how Bruce Barry's Wacky World Studios played a large part in that with the theming of their children's area.Sharp Idea For A Start-Up A fast-growing franchise of Children's themed hair salons designed by Bruce Barry
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".Snip-Its Of Success
Featured in AirTran Magazine Joanna Meiseles, Owner of the successful kids hair salon franchise enlists Bruce Barry to help design the look and feel of the experience.Snip-Its Scene & Heard "No More Tears: Hair Salon Franchise with South Shore locations is Kid-Friendly"
Featured in the Patriot Ledger Joanna Meiseles worked with animator Bruce Barry to come up with a cast of 7 cartoon characters to star in videos and games to keep the children occupied while their hair is cut.The New Funday School
Featured in Time Magazine First Presbyterian Church of Illinois uses Wacky World Studios to create a Toon Town for their Sunday School.
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