ADG Perspective

January-February 2018

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original tradition of Scandinavian houses, with bright wonderful colors, and made them ecologically modern, with solar panels and Ikea furniture. The toy village look was achieved by removing some details from windows and doors, and making the exterior cladding slightly larger and out of scale. The complexity of this movie was paramount. It is an epic story with many different places, looks, sizes, emotions, Stefania Cella, Production Designer Kimberley Zaharko, Supervising Art Director Jørgen Stangebye Larsen, Karl J. Martin, Doug J. Meerdink, Art Directors Katie Brock, Erik Osusky, Emily Tam, Shelby Lynn Taylor, Assistant Art Directors "I didn't want to overwhelm the audience, but rather just have them second-guess what they're seeing, making them squint their eyes to look closer." personalities, new worlds and new ideas. It was a fantastic adventure, a big lesson, an experience of personal growth, and all of this with the greatest director one could possibly work with, the best creative team I could possibly dream of, and enormous support by our producers and studio. It's clearly a family effort, where we all came together to tell this beautiful, funny, intelligent and unforgettable story. ADG Rudy Braun, Allen Coulter, Etienne Gravrand, Michael Madden, Masako Masuda, Liane Prevost, Jeff Smith, Set Designers Ben Grangereau, Concept Artist Jim Martin, Michele Moen, Concept Illustrators Geoffrey Mandel, Lead Graphic Designer Shari Spier, Graphic Designer Patricia Larman, Karen Manthey, Set Decorators C D

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