paul julian 7

19 12 2009

the recreated backgrounds below, from the 1951 WB short PUTTY TAT TROUBLE, directed by FRIZ FRELENG, were painted by PAUL JULIAN.



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19 12 2009
zero mojo

For what’s essentially colored cubes, the buildings are so alive! Growing up in the city on the East Coast, you get a special reverence for that kind of urban structure. Julian would have to be on a list with Eisner for artists than can imbue such power into these humble, sturdy forms.

21 12 2009
Elsa

I cannot stop but be amazed at the beauty of all these artworks!And every time I think this is so far the best that I have seen in a piece of Art,the next time inevitably gets better!!

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