Wednesday, February 15, 2012

The artists costumes

  • LOS ANGELES — To create the Oscar-nominated costumes for "The Artist," designer Mark Bridges had to think in both color and black and white. "Things that you wouldn't notice in color suddenly showed up when it became black and white," he said.
  • (Washington Post)
  • This is where you can discover the glamour of old Hollywood, from Elvis to Marilyn Monroe, and see costumes and red carpet fashion from today's Hollywood rising stars from films like The Artist," states Dadigan.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • While he was researching silent-era looks for The Artist, costume designer Mark Bridges came across the 1928 King Vidor film Show People. And there in archival footage he saw his vision for leading man George Valentin.
  • (Long Beach Press-Telegram)
  • The Artist was named the years best film at the Orange British actor Jean Dujardin (left), and for its screenplay, music, cinematography and costume design by voters from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).
  • (TheWrap)
  • The Artist also won prizes for cinematography, costume design and for Ludovic Bources sprightly musical score. As predicted, Meryl Streep was named best actress for her depiction of Margaret Thatcher, Britains first female prime minister, in The Iron Lady.
  • (SHOOT Online)
  • These  are just a few examples of how the imagery in "The Artist" does a great job with heightening feelings of failure and hope. The costumes were glamorous, just like those seen throughout an old movie airing on TCM.
  • (Loquitur)
  • Artists were selected following a six-week Set in the near future, Don Giovanni will feature costumes designed by Vita Tzykun, who recently served as an art director for ABC's "A Very Gaga Thanksgiving" special.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • From the San Francisco Chronicle: "In typical Cirque fashion, the costumes, set designs it was an amazing tribute to one of the most extraordinary and gifted artists of our time.
  • (Kansas City Star)

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