Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Tim Burton at MoMA

TIm Burton, the famous director of Edward Scissorhands and A Night Before Christmas (amongst other things) has a new exhibit of his drawings at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City. Since you may not get there before the exhibition wraps up in January, check out this (surprisingly coherent) interview in which he explains what the exhibit entails, some of his influences and a collection of personal thoughts ranging from industry technology to adults to what keeps him grounded.

On a side note, the MoMA website is packed with wicked stuff and available here. Check it out if you're looking to spend a few minutes being mesmerized.

Oh and in case you've been living under a rock, Mr. Burton just finished cutting his new movie, Alice in Wonderland. I have to admit, the trailer doesn't do much for me but the real thing should provide the perfect mix between ridiculously good acting, insane colour patterns and talking cats that even sober, I'll still be hanging onto my seat.

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