David Lynch's Dune is hardly an ideal adaptation of Frank Herbert's seminal work of science fiction, but the movie does have some truly striking visuals. And there's something magical at seeing Dune's strange models, creatures, and costumes come to life behind the scenes.
The suits worn by the Guild members were body bags that were found in a disused fire station dating back to the early 1920s.
A Face Burner model made of clay, before being covered with a plaster waste mold and cast in fiberglass
Brian Smithies addresses the camera crew during a setup involving the Emperor's flagship and its steel tent, a nine-story portable palace that unfolds from the ship.
The Churubusco soundstages were filled with flies, so it was necessary to use some spray before every miniature shot