Posts Tagged 'cartoon'
Tags: art, cartoon, moma, stainboy, tim burton
Went to check out the Tim Burton Exhibit at the MOMA last weekend and it was pretty awesome. Only pic I really got was one of the entry (above) before I was told there were no pics allowed. The entry is definitely a good taste of the craziness inside. My favorite character was Stainboy (below) with his superhero S on his chest and little cape. My favorite chapter/episode of Stainboy was the one with where he wards off the toxic boy with a pine tree air freshener (video included below, keep scrolling). All of the chapters are played on screens as you walk down a dark, black and white striped hallway leading to the rest of the exhibit.
Lots of sketches and watercolors. Notes to people like Johnny Depp during filming. Costumes and props as well, including the Edward Scissorhands costume, Batman masks, Catwoman suit, Angora sweater from the movie Ed Wood, etc. Lots of figures from movies like, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Nightmare Before Christmas, Corpse Bride, Beetlejuice. Some video media spread throughout. Really good collection of work from Tim Burton not from his famous movies–sketches and watercolors of crazy creatures and characters he created in his spare time. Good mix of stuff people/fans are familiar with and plenty of new stuff most have probably never seen.
On show at the MOMA in nyc until April 26,2010. Well worth it!
(just fyi, I think you need to purchase tickets ahead of time for a particular time slot the day you wish to go because of it’s popularity. If you have a membership card to the MOMA, you can just walk right in)
Tags: cartoon, hayao miyazaki, movies, ponyo
Tags: bossy bear, cartoon, children's books, david horvath, graphic novel, turtle
Tags: books, cartoon, children's books, mr. bump, mr. men, mr. messy
ok…who doesn’t remember the mr. men books when they were little?! These little square books with quirky characters who’s names reflected a characteristic about them were so fun. The book series was started in 1971 by Roger Hargreaves and was later turned into a tv cartoon series as well. Saw a girl on the subway have a mr. happy bag and it made me smile :).