Snow White's army
A random shot I love from a few years ago when the “Snow White’s Garden” statues were in production. I was at the factory when these were awaiting final paint. It was and still is bizarre (in a good way) to see your drawings come to life as actual product. While there I saw space the size of a football field, filled with the garden statues I had helped create. The most amazing...
Snow White - the "Fairest in the Land"
Sometimes you create something for one purpose and it ends up being used for another. This is not always a bad thing. A few years ago I created a “look” for Disney Princess that never got off the drawing board for one reason or another. I wanted to create an homage to the storybooks I grew up with that had an art style that would seem fresh today, even though it’s inspiration was...
snow globe design
Another one of my early design assignments were a set of snow globe book ends. They were based on a rough concept from my boss at the time. He thought it would be a fun challenge for me to get a hold of these as they too were a sort of homage to my former life with Disney animation. These paid tribute to both the classic Disney films and the newer soon to be classic films the studio was producing....
Looking for Inspiration
sometimes you just need to find someplace that inspires you…..
Snow White's Garden
This was the name of a collection I designed for the Disney Stores a few years back. One of the things I always think about when designing a collection is when the film was released. Was there a certain art style that was popular during the time? Or perhaps when the film was supposed to be taking place? For Snow White, which was released in 1937, I went with a popular art style of the time, the...