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Screenwriters in a jam can hit a new panic button. It’s the switch on the nearest 3D printer. This nifty new technology, which took its first substantial silver screen bow in 2006’s 825 more words
The Golden Age of Hollywood was supported by legions of artists that created both subtle effects and grand vistas, but nowhere was that work more visible than in the actors and the makeup that created the monsters, aliens, and fantasies that filled people’s imaginations. 1,393 more words
Hey guys! So this is a quick little update about what my current art projects are right now! So I haven’t really done any abstract / illusionist / surrealistic art in quite a while, and to be honest y’all, it hasn’t really been in my mind to do such things either. 106 more words
When the Tampa Theatre was built in 1926, the movie studios controlled the production, distribution, and venues where their movies were played. John Eberson was the most sought after movie house designer of the times, and he pioneered the ‘atmospheric’ style, of which it was said that the Tampa Theatre was his favorite design. 245 more words
One of the most iconic props in film history is still circling the world.
23 May 2018 | Eric Grundhauser | Atlas Obscura
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Arthur C. 916 more words