Prometheus: Production-Used Blueprint - Engineer Hibernation Room

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  1. "An original blueprint used in the production of Ridley Scott’s Alien prequel Prometheus. Led to a distant planet by ancient wall paintings, scientists Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) and Charlie Holloway (Logan Marshall-Green) join a corporate-sponsored mission to discover the source of life on Earth. But in the ruins of an alien space craft, the human explorers soon find that all is not as it seems, and a great threat lurks in its deep holds.

    This blueprint was part of a set used to visualise the designs for the Engineer hibernation chamber, where the Last Engineer (Ian Whyte) is awoken after centuries of slumber in the bowels of the massive ship. The blueprint has a number of diagrams, both concept art and plan images, detailing the sliding and rotating pilot’s chair that is used by the Engineer to launch the ship. At the bottom right hand side of the sheet is a data form detailing the scale, the set the blueprint belongs to, the set and production designers and the blueprint’s scale.

    The blueprint displays signs of production wear including light creases and folds throughout. However, in spite of this wear, the blueprint remains in overall good condition, measuring approximately 60cm x 50cm (23.75” x 19.75”) unfolded. " (Source:

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