Noble’s early work in Film Art was as a designer of many motion picture advertising campaigns including “Time After Time,” “Flash Gordon,” “Sharky’s Machine” and “The Empire Strikes Back” (10th Anniversary Poster). More recently, he produced sculptures for “Searching for Bobby Fischer” and “The Rock.” In 1997, he sculpted the prestigious “Daytona 500” trophy. He also designed and produced the Playboy “Car of the Year Award.” His company designed and produced the Star Wars Chess Set for The Danbury Mint as well as designed coins and medallions for the Franklin Mint. The legendary Yoda Fountain, resides at the Letterman Digital Arts Center in the Presidio of San Francisco, CA, as well as life-size statues of the father of film, Eadweard Muybridge, special effects pioneer, Willis O’Brien and Philo T. Farnsworth, the inventor of television. For this he received the Henry Hering Art and Architecture Award.