Tuesday, April 6, 2010

bird's eye view

A bird's eye view of M. Hulot's ultra-modern abode (think The Jetson's but, well, French) in Mon Oncle (111) done by the painter Jacques Larange, a constant and vastly important collaborator with the late, great Jacques Tati.

There's a fantastic article about the collaborative process between the two men up on David Bordwell's blog.  A perusal is highly recommended.

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