DISNEY FUN FACT- ALICE DAVIS
We all know Marc Davis accomplishments as a Disney legend, but his wife Alice was not gonna be left out of the equation.
She worked alongside top notch artists like Mary Blair (both of them seen in the photo above) in the Disneyland park attraction “It’s a Small World”. Blair did the color and art direction whereas Davis was in charge of the folklore patterns, the research, design and supervision of the manufacturing of the doll’s costumes.
Yay Alice! She couldn’t let Marc get all of the Disney magic.
It’s a Small World Mary Blair art combined with Kawaii Disney characters iPhone Case
This shall be mine!
Legends of Disney Animation through time…
Each of these amazing animators joined the Walt Disney Animation team to bring us those treasures we cherish as memories and magic. Just figured out that 1934 was THE year to be hired by the studios!
They are the most talented, which one is your favorite?
Portraits of Lady Tremaine
These early portraits on Cinderella’s stepmother, created by Mary Blair, show the icy and evil personality of the character, which later would be quite helpful for its development by the animator Frank Thomas.
These have been my last Disney book buys!
I love Mary Blair’s concept art! I wanna get my hand in Cinderella’s next!
We love you, Mary!
Happy 100th birthday to pioneer concept artist and influential color theorist Mary Blair.
Happy 100th birthday Mary Blair!!!
Mary Blair (October 21, 1911 - July 26, 1978), born Mary Robinson, was an American artist who was prominent in producing art and animation for The Walt Disney Company, drawing concept art for such films as Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Song of the South and Cinderella.