set decoration

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Noun1.set decoration - a decoration used as part of the set of a theatrical or movie production
decoration, ornament, ornamentation - something used to beautify
stage set, set - representation consisting of the scenery and other properties used to identify the location of a dramatic production; "the sets were meticulously authentic"
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Props, costumes and set decoration pieces used in 2009's Star Trek reboot and its 2013 follow-up, Star Trek Into Darkness, will be for sale in Los Angeles on December 2.
The props and set decoration departments were kept busy replacing items destroyed during the confrontation.
Adams is also responsible for auctioning, writing, film and set decoration.
In the interdisciplinary tradition of Black Mountain, the exhibition features more than 250 objects along with an intriguing program of events and performances; an in-gallery dance floor for live performances, a grand piano that will be "prepared," or transformed, according to John Cage's specifications; and a freestanding set decoration by Rauschenberg, titled "Minutiae," dating to 1957.
In a statement posted on Amin's website , the artist said, "The set decoration had to be completed in two days, for filming on the third.
s (OTCQB: FONU) Moon River Studios production equipment rental operating company has signed a letter of intent to acquire the assets of US-based set decoration and prop rental house SouthEast Props, the company said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-September 24, 2015-Moon River Studios to Acquire US Set Decoration, Prop Rental House
As things progress, Foster doesn't like that he is "just here for show, a piece of set decoration, and not a very necessary one either.
The music for the show was composed by Kiril Dzajkovski, while Igor Kirov was responsible for the choreography and set decoration.
Only naturally, the film also has a nomination for its production design by Adam Stockhausen and set decoration by Alice Baker.
By Charles Dickens, adapted by Jerry Patch, directed by Robert Hawkins, produced by Carolyn Salter, stage management by Mary Lyman, set design and construction by Hal Smith, set decoration by Nancy Lemont, makeup by Amy Johnston.
You don't want background set decoration that jumps out of the background too much.