- Number of Pages: 160
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Designing Disney sets into background and puts into context the extraordinary contributions from the late John Hench, who, at the age of 94, still came into his office at Imagineering each and every single day. His principles of theme park design, character design, and use of color made him a legendary figure, not simply for Disney fans but in addition for students and aficionados of architecture, engineering, and design. Designing Disney reveals the magic behind John's great discoveries and documents his groundbreaking in quite a few essential areas: “ Style Philosophy” examines the values, attitudes, aesthetics, and logic that went in to the original concepts for Disney theme parks. In “ The Art in the Show” and “ The Art of Color,” Hench reveals the essence of what makes the parks work so well. And in “ The Art of Character,” he lets the reader in on the how and why from the Disney characters' inherent reputation their timeless human traits, archetypal shape and gestures that suggest these qualities graphically, and their emotional resonance in our lives.
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