A golden Labyrinth theater poster is beautiful on my wall, worthy of praise. I did see one miniature Labyrinth set up close at Industrial Light & Magic.
I should also mention I contracted with Disney and I.L.M. in the early 1980s, but nothing high profile. I never aspired to be a star, always sought to play with the technical toys, share with others, and express creations artistically. I still do.
I would have added this to my first post, but the edit button evaporates after a while.
I intend to be helpful here and not possessive of idea properties (rather mine be copied than forgotten). In 1964 at Brown University I heard writer Isaac Asimov advise young researchers to never design oneself into a project and never deliberately make its success dependent on you. It's exactly the opposite of corporate climbing savvy where turf is secured by secrecy. Later, in the realm of I.L.M., every talented member of a project was generally capable of every aspect, and inevitably arrived at frequent similar conclusions, for a while causing conflicts as members each KNEW it was their idea. Masterful management convinced them to be more selfless and understand that many common ideas will be inevitable to those immersed in a field, and thereafter they worked together with less conflict. The.end.