MARY BLAIR VINTAGE DISNEY SERIES
George Nelson VINTAGE DISNEY SERIES 1950's Mary Blair . Was born in 1911, Oklahoma. She attended San Jose State College and won a scholarship to the renowned Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. She joined Disney in 1940 and worked briefly on art for Dumboand an early version of Lady and the Tramp. However, it wasn't until she traveled with Walt and Lillian Disney to South Africa on an artist's research tour that she really started her career with Disney. Mary did the concept art for…
Mary Blair - Image15
Illustration and design for "It's a Small World" And because I can: it's a world of laughter, a world or tears its a world of hopes, its a world of fear theres so much that we share that its time we're aware its a small world after all CHORUS: its a small world after all its a small world after all its a small world after all its a small, small world There is just one moon and one golden sun And a smile means friendship to everyone. Though the mountains divide And the oceans are wide It's a…
Mary Blair (1911-1978)
Mary Blair has done incredible illustration work for Hallmark Cards, but is better known for her contributions to the creative engine at Disney. She is the genius mind behind Small World and the color styling of Alice in Wonderland (among...
Modernist Cute: Mary Blair’s Art For ‘Dumbo,’ Golden Books, ‘It’s A Small World’
An exhibit at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art shows how the brilliant Disney artist shaped "Cinderella," "Peter Pan," “Alice in Wonderland" and the Disney parks.
Now at CMoR: 65 years of Golden Books
WARNING: Some of you might need to bring a stash of tissues with you next time you tote your wee ones over to the Children's Museum -- and not because of the usual seasonal sniffles. CMoR - Central's newest exhibit, Golden Legacy: Original Art from 65 Years of Golden Books, could be a potentially teary walk down memory lane for those who read the books as children.
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Recently found 'My First Sing-A-Song Book' published 1966, in a charity shop for £2, with wonderful illustrations by Mary Blair.
Illustration: Mary Blair's Baby's House - AnimationResources.org - Serving the Online Animation Community
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