ADG Perspective

March-April 2021

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M A R C H / A P R I L 2 0 2 1 | P E R S P E C T I V E 1 WHO'S TALKING IN THIS ISSUE Steve Saklad, Production Designer of BARB AND STAR GO TO VISTA DEL MAR – page 72 We would be fearless with our color palettes, liberal with references to old Florida, and embrace the sea in all our decor choices. Barb and Star weren't sophisticated gals, but if something delighted them, then who were we to pooh-pooh it? Gae Buckley, Production Designer of I'M YOUR WOMAN, Ivan Horovitz reviewing wallpaper samples in the Art Department. – page 66 Julia Hart loves wallpaper. While we never had any in my own home growing up, I'd grown to love it through working with her on other projects. Also, Patrick and I saw so much of it throughout our research of the era that it seemed inevitable. Shane Valentino, Production Designer of THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7 – page 57 I was thinking about how the counterculture was rebuking traditional and normative values and the parallel to how the father figure of ustice was destroying new ways of thinking. Adam Rowe, Art Director of THE PROM THE PROM Art Department on the Sardi's Restaurant set. – page 78 The excitement of any large project can be the jam band creation that is a collection of talents coming together to rely on each other. Well, come together to .... debate budgets, push, prod, insist, inquire, demand, scream, laugh, panic, create and make something great together. Geoff Wallace, Production Designer of THE ASTRONAUTS – page 49 ...what I really wanted out of the show was to have a NASA rocket scientist sitting down watching with their kid and to say, "Huh… Why didn't we think of that?"

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