Beatles Yellow Submarine Art Cel With Coa Ringo Starr Dunning Edelmann Glaser
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Beatles Yellow Submarine Art Cel With Coa Ringo Starr Dunning Edelmann Glaser:
Beatles Yellow Submarine Art Cel With COA Ringo Starr Dunning Edelmann Glaser
Original piece with Certificate of Authenticity
16 1/2" X 13"
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The movie's style contrasts greatly with the efforts of Disney Feature Animation
and other animated films previously released
by Hollywood up until the time. The film uses a style of limited animation that
deliberately defies reality and paints
a landscape that could never exist in the real world; something that appealed
greatly to the escapists of the 1960s
(see also Fantastic Planet). It also paved the way for Terry Gilliam's animations
for Do Not Adjust Your Set and Monty Python.
George Dunning, who also worked on The Beatles cartoon series, was the overall
director for the film, supervising over
200 artists for 11 months. He took personal charge of the 'Lucy in the Sky with
The animation of Yellow Submarine has sometimes falsely been attributed to the
famous psychedelic pop art artist of the
era Peter Max, but the film's art director was Heinz Edelmann. Edelmann, along
with his contemporary Milton Glaser,
pioneered the psychedelic style for which Max would later become famous, but
according to Edelmann and producer
Al Brodax, as quoted in the book Inside the Yellow Submarine by Robert Hieronimus
and Laura Cortner (2002) (ISBN 0-87349-360-5),
Max had nothing to do with the production of Yellow Submarine.