31 July 2006

Passing In, Passing Out, and Prima Linea

I passed in Gallop O' Gallop today in NYC, and from what I could tell, they were really excited about the final artwork. Thank goodness. I rewarded myself this afternoon with popsicles, beef jerky, and a gross helping of Wife Swap and Supernanny. Ah, being a sloth for an afternoon was great.

It didn't last for long when I saw this place online. It's so frustrating knowing what you want to do, but just not being able to jump in there and get at it. I am DYING to see what Peur(s) du Noir is going to look like. The talent is phenomenal...

This crazy and unusual project assembles 11 creators of the first rank — comic artists, illustrators and graphic artists. For the first time, these creators step over from the stillness of drawing to the movement of animation. They will tell us about their primeval fears. In Winter 2006 in the movie theaters, open the doors of their fears. And their fears shall become yours.

A film by Blutch, Charles Burns, Marie Caillou, Pierre di Sciullo, Dupuy-Berberian, Jerry Kramski, Lorenzo Mattotti, Richard McGuire, Michel Pirus and Romain Slocombe
Art direction by Etienne Robial
Produced by Valérie Schermann & Christophe Jankovic / Prima Linea Productions, with the support of the Centre National de la Cinématographie


1 comment:

Parton Words said...

Hey Kel,

Just stumbled across your blog and checked out your website. I really like your stuff. Very unique. You have quite a talent.

Not a bad writer either.

Keep up the great work.