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Tag Archives: concept art
I’ve been a long admirer of the futuristic design and concept art from Syd Mead. Here are a couple costume pieces he designed for the original TRON: Both are from this gallery of Tron concept art. (H/T SuperPunch) Previously: Tron … Continue reading
While Imagineers busy themselves fixing California Adventure so it is finally worthy of the name Disney, the park itself has become a maze of walls. But there is a vision that looks pretty good. There’s been plenty of concept art … Continue reading
Designer Thom Shillinger worked at Walt Disney Imagineering during an exciting time. Unfortunately most of the excitement came from layoffs and projects that were blue-sky and never greenlit. One of those projects was known ans Project Meadow and Shillinger has … Continue reading
In bowling parlance Pixar is two thirds a frame away from a perfect game. So far they’re 10 for 10 at the box office and now it looks like “UP” might even become their second highest domestic box office performing … Continue reading