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I have several things coming up to get you excited for the June 1st release of Alice in Wonderland. Stay tuned for a great book, the Blu-Ray release itself, and more, but for now I have a virtual roundtable with Dermot Power. Artist and concept designer for the film, Dermot shared a lot of his work, and let us in on how many of the ideas came together. Also in on this event were David Jessen, VP of DVD productions with Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, and also Jim Davy, producer of the Alice and Wonderland Blu-ray DVD, and they added some interesting information as well. Particularly, the way the Dermot's Oraculum art from the film has been turned into the Blu-Ray menu system. It was really a fascinating event, and I hope you can share in the experience to some degree.
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Conceptual Artist Dermot talks Alice in WonderlandTim Burton's blockbuster rendition of the classic fairytale Alice in Wonderland comes to DVD and Blu-ray on June 1st. To help celebrate this upcoming release, we recently went behind the scenes with artist Dermot Power, who was hired in February of 2009 to help Tim Burton with post-production visuals on Alice. He also helped create in-camera artwork as well as marketing illustrations for the film, which includes state-of-the-art DVD and Blu-ray menus.
Mr. Power offered us a look at some of his artwork, which you will see in the images below, as well as engaged us in a very interesting conversation about working on this particular project. Here's what he had to say:
Dermot, talk a little bit about when you first got the call for this film. Give us some insight into your work with Tim Burton.
Dermot Power: Yes, I got a »
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