Luckily for everyone I can’t draw, so you’ll have to depend on the artists on the blog for their great fatherly interpretations. My father passed away about five years ago, and maybe because there’ve been a few health difficulties in my family this year he’s been on my mind more than usual. And it’s hard to share a lifetime of gained wisdoms in a few bloglines, but I...
Jessica Jackson is our Frederator/NY high school intern. Today was her last day and we wanted to wish her well and say ‘Thanks’ for all the hard work she did for us this spring. Jessica’s on her way to Carnegie Mellon in the fall as a writing major and arts minor; she writes, animates, illustrates, and sculpts. My assistant Carrie tells me she makes some really nice jewerly too....
What I want to do when I grow up.
Ed Catmull: Pixar ‘s Superhero, Shakes Up Disney “It’s like the Berlin Wall being torn down.” By Claudia Eller Los Angeles Times Staff Writer June 12, 2006 It’s tempting to see “Cars,” the seventh movie from Pixar Animation Studios, as a parable about the future of Walt Disney Co. Early in the film, which opened Friday, a cocky race car named...
Joe Bevilacqua’s been doing radio comedy for a long time, most recently on XM Satellite Radio. Based on his show there he’s laucning a TV version. You can catch the details on his website and see the promo here. For cartoon-o-philes, Joe was a student of the great Daws Butler and has written the only definitive biography. Best of luck in the new world Joe.