Books We Love – Issue #255

The Nine Old Men: Lessons, Techniques, and Inspiration from Disney’s Great Animators By Andreas Deja [Focal Press, $44.95] Andreas Deja could be said to be living an animator’s ... Continue Reading →

Books We Love – Issue #254

The Art of Regular Show By Shannon O’Leary [Titan Books, $29.95] Just in time to toast the successful seventh season of JG Quintel’s Emmy-winning series, this somewhat slim (at ... Continue Reading →
hidden art of disney golden age

Books We Love – Issue #253

They Drew as They Pleased: The Hidden Art of Disney’s Golden Age By Didier Ghez [Chronicle Books, $40] In the first half of the 20th century, as Walt Disney Studio prepared to tackle ... Continue Reading →
The Art of Hotel Transylvania 2

Books We Love – Issue #252

The Art of Hotel Transylvania 2 By Brett Rector [Cameron + Company, $29.99] Out August 25, this hardcover collection showcases the colorful, expertly crafted art behind Sony Pictures ... Continue Reading →

Books We Love – Issue #251

Pinocchio: The Making of the Disney Epic By J. B. Kaufman [Walt Disney Family Foundation Press, $50] Disney authority Kaufman moves up the studio’s chronology from his 2012 Snow ... Continue Reading →

Books We Love – Issue #250

The Art of Inside Out [Chronicle Books, $40] Arriving between the film’s triumphant international premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and its nationwide release this month, the ... Continue Reading →
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Books We Love – Issue #249

The Art of Mr. Hublot By Joan Degive-Leonard, with Jerome Gillet and Marzenka Anne Krejcirick [Zeilt Productions, $39] While most art-of books chronicle the making of full-length feature, ... Continue Reading →

Books We Love – Issue #248

The Art of Home By Ramin Zahed [Insight Editions, $45] This month, DreamWorks Animation introduces audiences to a new alien race with the CG odd couple comedy Home. Tim Johnson’s ... Continue Reading →

Books We Love – Issue #247

Marc Davis: Walt Disney’s Renaissance Man [Disney Editions Deluxe, $40] This unique retrospective on the legendary Marc Davis (1913-2000) is the perfect blend of reminiscence on ... Continue Reading →

Books We Love – Issue #246

Original Folk & Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm Translated & Edited by Jack Zipes [Princeton Univ. Press, $35] When German brothers, linguists and cultural researchers Jacob ... Continue Reading →