Animation & Photography

universejapan May 23, 2012 0

  • Perfect Blue – Japanese Edition Blu-ray ( Kon Satoshi )
    I picked this one up during my recent time in Tokyo; the blu-ray edition of Kon Satoshi’s first animated feature film Perfect Blue. This is the regular edition with a standard blu-ray keepcase; there is also a limited edition that comes with the storyboard book, but since I already have the storyboards on a bigger […] The post Perfect Blue – Japanese Edition […]
  • Visiting The Tribute To Otomo Exhibition, Tokyo.
    Held from the 3rd – 18th of June 2017 at Tower Records ( Shibuya, Tokyo), the Tribute To Otomo exhibition showcased the original art work seen in the art book Otomo – A Global Tribute To The Mind Behind Akira, some 80 pieces in all. Also on display were a few pieces of rough sketches […] The post Visiting The Tribute To Otomo Exhibition, Tokyo. appeared firs […]
  • Tokyo Spring/Summer Trip 2017
    Some 15 days, a handful of art books, some ( hopefully ) pretty pictures and a whole lot of Yasube tsukemen later I’m back in Vancouver from my annual Tokyo trip. As always my good friends and hosts Takeshi/Kojima made sure I had a great time. I was fortunate this time round to have caught […] The post Tokyo Spring/Summer Trip 2017 appeared first on Halcyon […]
  • Inside HBO’s Game Of Thrones ( Season 3 & 4 ) Book Review
    A follow up volume to the first book, Inside HBO’s Game Of Thrones ( Season 3 & 4 ) delves into the making ( and some art ) of the universally acclaimed fantasy series adapted from George R. R. Martin’s original novels. Personally the visual design aspects of the series interest me the most, and […] The post Inside HBO’s Game Of Thrones ( Season 3 & […]
  • Inside The American – Anton Corbijn Film/Photo Book Review
    Inside The American is a photographic visual diary kept by director/photographer Anton Corbijn during the production of his suspense thriller film The American, starring George Clooney. Annotated with his own diary notes, the arresting photographs show Anton Corbijn’s keen eye for creating cinematic images, many of which are seen again in the finished film. […]

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