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Created by these Titmouse artists:
Allison Craig / Allison Fra / Alyx Jolivet / Angelo Hat / Anneli Stassler / Barry Kelly / Brian Kaufman / Chase Conlet / Chris Prynoski / Cody Walzel / Dave Gerhard / David Hernston / David Riley / Dik Pose / Doug Vito / Georgio Renna / Griffith Kimmins / Henrique Jardim / Howard Chen / Israel Sanchez / Jeremy Polgar / John Gutierrez / Johny Koester / Josh Howell / Jon Schnepp / Justin Ridge / Justin Voltz / Kat Ruzics / Maha Tabikh / Marina Gardner / Mark Taihei / Mike Maloney / Mike Roush / Nathan Aexander Rico / Parker Simmons / Phylicia Fuentes / Rachel Gitlevich / Robbie Robertson / Ryan Deluca / Ryan Magno / Sachio Cook / Sam Marlow / Samatha Gray / Stephanie Simpson / Tammy Chang / Todd Favela / Trevor Klueg / Victoria Lau / Zoë Moss
Maurice Evans in the makeup trailer on the set of Planet of the Apes, 1967. From the home movies of costar Roddy McDowall.
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i made a new frederator video. click through the gif to watch, or click here.
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Apparently Drowzee is based on the Japanese Baku spirit: a dream-devouring tapir-like creature. Spooky! Although Drowzee is a grassland pokemon, he is also sometimes found in ancient ruins and tombs. Paying homage to Drowzee’s scarier mythological counterpart in a crumbling temple seemed appropriate!
Prints will be on sale at the show! I wish I could go, There’s gonna be so much fun art from 151+ (!) amazing contributors. Check it out!
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In honor of Maurice Sendak, the author of Where The Wild Things Are who passed away today, we’d like to share this collection of production illustrations by Constantine Sekeris, who helped bring Sendak’s story to life in the 2009 film adaptation.
In the film, director Spike Jonze used an advanced combination of costumes and animatronics to bring the wild things to life, a technique that’s evident in how the wild things could be operated both within their suits and by operators off camera in these illustrations.
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Mark Ryden, by Michael Leavitt. (Articulating Wooden Statue, 22”/50cm).