I reject that whole point of view — that animation is a children’s medium. The way people talk about it is, well, hey, it’s a good thing I have kids, because now I get to see this. Well, hey, no, man! You can just go and see it. There’s no other art form that is defined in such a narrow way. It’s narrow minded, and I can’t wait for it to die.
– Brad Bird, writer/director, The Incredibles.
Aunt Mary | December 10th, 2004 at 6:52 pm
Just wanted you to know that Brad Bird is from Corvallis, OR. Graduated from Corvallis High School!
Rob | December 8th, 2004 at 3:43 am
Yeah, I think I’ve entered semi-retirement and the kid’s artwork just may be the next entry indeed.
Hmmmm… DSJ… I know those initials! And I owe you an email! Switching programs…
DSJ | December 7th, 2004 at 10:41 pm
And speaking of related disciplines, lets get some new pieces in the graffiti gallery! More than two years since Hypnokitty was revealed. Before you know it, L’il Liff’s fingerpaintings will be on dispay.
DSJ | December 7th, 2004 at 8:19 pm
Lets not forget the inherent but simplistic beauty in stickman art and related disciplines.