There’s something in this day and age where CG imagery has gotten to such a level that I don’t think films can get any bigger or louder for spectacle any more. It’s just gotten to a point where it’s so well done and as audience we all kind of feel like we’ve seen it before at this point. Yet, here is stop-motion still existing out there and we’re still making films that way, but suddenly it’s becoming a very unique and different feel. I don’t think audiences necessarily know why, but they can feel it when they watch our films that it’s different and it’s offering a new perspective.
I’m sorry I’m a lame dork but I wanted to share some of my favorite pages from the Boxtrolls art book, eSPECIALLY EGGS’ ARTHUR DESIGNS
the question i’ve asked most often during our marriage, if not out loud, if not to the person who could answer. i suppose these questions storm cloud over every marriage: what are you thinking? how are you feeling? who are you? what have we done to each other?
w h a t w i l l w e d o ?
Most honest book review ever.
Recently I photographed Benedict Cumberbatch for the cover of OUT magazine.
Such a pleasure to spend the day with this man.
Stay tuned for more photos from the shoot.
We should all be so lucky.
it’s halloween: #14 - Scream (1996)Some stupid killer stalking some big-breasted girl who can’t act who is always running up the stairs when she should be running out the front door. It’s insulting.
Academy Award winning film, The King’s Speech.