Paul Driessen

LOCATION: Olargues, France
PRIMARY MEDIA: Pencil, paper
EDUCATION: Self-taught at a small animation studio in Hilversum, near Amsterdam
MAJOR PROJECTS:
Yellow Submarine [animator, 1968]
The Killing of an Egg [director/animator, 1977]
3 Misses [director/animator, 1999]
The Boy Who Saw the Iceberg [director/animator, 2000]
Oedipus [director/animator, 2011]
WHAT IS THE MOST VALUABLE PIECE OF ARTISTIC ADVICE YOU HAVE EVER RECEIVED, AND FROM WHO?
“Although you might be bad at selling your art, people who recognize your talent will help you to accomplish your work” –Dick de Wilde, Dutch illustrator
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Chris McDonnell

Chris McDonnell

Chris McDonnell’s recent animation productions include segments for Tour de Pharmacy (HBO), Lady Dynamite (Netflix), Comedy Bang Bang (IFC), Kroll Show (Comedy Central), Mike Tyson Mysteries (Adult Swim). Chris’s books include Steven Universe: Art & Origins and Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo, Sasquatch’s Big Hairy Drawing Book, and Unfiltered: The Complete Ralph Bakshi. He works from his studio McD Workshop and teaches animation at The University of the Arts and Moore College of Art & Design in Philadelphia.

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