Today I’m kicking off something that I have considered, with some trepidation, for a while now – I’ve posted a new project to Kickstarter with the goal of publishing a new Disney history book. I’ll admit that while I’m a huge fan of Kickstarter in general, I’ve been iffy about entering “the market” myself – [...]
As if their current Mary Blair retrospective wasn’t enough to get you to the Walt Disney Family Museum this year, the museum has just announced a second exhibition that will debut later this year. Leading Ladies And Femmes Fatales: The Art Of Marc Davis will go on display in the museum’s Theater Gallery from [...]
Mary Blair surveys the mural she created for Disneyland’s 1967 Tomorrowland remodel
The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco has done it again, with a spectacular new exhibit showcasing the artwork of animation concept artist, illustrator, painter, and Imagineer Mary Blair (1911–1978). MAGIC, COLOR, FLAIR: the world of Mary Blair debuted on March [...]
One more notice for those of you who – like me – insist on having physical representations of media instead of digital: Four Decades of Magic is now available in actual, made-of-paper form from Amazon. It is, of course, also available for Kindle.
For more details on its contents, and on my contributions, check [...]
Word has arrived that Four Decades of Magic, the collection of essays we recently discussed and to which I contributed two essays, is now available. It’s currently available in print and for Kindle; the print version will be available at Amazon in about a week. Other authors in the collection include Foxx from Passport [...]