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Joker

My take on the Joker’s calling card.  Pencil on translucent marker paper, finished with Sharpie.

http://marcburmich.com/#/joker/

Joker

My take on the Joker’s calling card. Pencil on translucent marker paper, finished with Sharpie.

http://marcburmich.com/#/joker/
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My tribute to a pioneering animator and visual aesthetics master - Marc Davis. 
One of Walt Disney’s legendary “Nine Old Men”, Davis’ fingerprint can be seen on almost every animated film created during the “golden age” of Disney animation: Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, and 101 Dalmatians. In addition to several other Disneyland attractions, Davis played a significant role during the conceptualization process of the original Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. While he created and contributed to a multitude of projects, Pirates stands out as an enduring personal favorite. 
“We really don’t have a story, with a beginning, an end, or a plot. It’s more a series of experiences building up to a climax. I call them experience rides.” – Marc Davis

My tribute to a pioneering animator and visual aesthetics master - Marc Davis. 

One of Walt Disney’s legendary “Nine Old Men”, Davis’ fingerprint can be seen on almost every animated film created during the “golden age” of Disney animation: Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, and 101 Dalmatians. In addition to several other Disneyland attractions, Davis played a significant role during the conceptualization process of the original Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. While he created and contributed to a multitude of projects, Pirates stands out as an enduring personal favorite. 

We really don’t have a story, with a beginning, an end, or a plot. It’s more a series of experiences building up to a climax. I call them experience rides.” – Marc Davis

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“Because if it’s about going in the ocean, the answer is ‘No’." #BluthWalkOn

Because if it’s about going in the ocean, the answer is ‘No’." #BluthWalkOn

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Domestic Evolution

“In the 1950s kids lost their innocence.

They were liberated from their parents by well-paying jobs, cars, and lyrics in music that gave rise to a new term —-the generation gap.

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