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Une série de dessins réalisés par McFetridge pour l'adaptation cinématographique par Spike Jonze du livre pour enfants Max et les Maximonstres.
« This book is a small collection of some of the work I have done for Spike Jonze's film adaptation of the book Where the Wild Things Are. I met Spike around 1998 and I have worked with him a lot over the years. This usually involved creating piles of work that amounted to a very small contribution to the project. This never bothered me, because it was an incredibly creative, fun and rewarding process that led up to the scrapping of my work!
I noticed a difference when I began working on Where the Wild Things Are. For the first time I felt that Spike and I were working on a project where I could actually contribute in a significant way. Much less of what I was making was being thrown away, which was a first. I was given the opportunity to interpret not only Spike Jonze's interpretation of Where the Wild Things Are, but also Maurice Sendak's original book.
Like any kid growing up in the 70's I was greatly influenced by Mr. Sendak's books. His books are not just on my bookshelf they are in my blood. What I did with the titles, type treatments and marketing graphics also owes greatly to the heavy creative lifting done by Sonny Gerasimowicz who designed the creatures in the film and the Art Direction of K.K. Barrett. »
Geoff McFetridge
Né au Canada, McFetridge a acquis une solide réputation de graphiste alors qu'il était encore étudiant au California Institute of the Arts. Il a été directeur artistique de Grand Royal, le magazine underground culte des Beastie Boys. Il a depuis travaillé avec les plus grandes enseignes internationales. Il a réalisé des clips pour Plaid, Simian, The Whitest Boy Alive, les bandes-annonces de Virgin Suicides ou encore d'Adaptation. Il est l'un des acteurs du projet Beautiful Losers. Son travail a fait l'objet d'expositions monographiques de Los Angeles à Paris, Londres ou Tokyo.
paru en 2009
édition anglaise
19,5 x 25,5 cm (broché)
16 pages (4 ill. coul. et 7 ill. n&b)
ISBN : 978-3-905714-74-6
EAN : 9783905714746
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