Émile Cohl worked in France during the early years of cinema. “Fantasmagorie” is recognized as the world’s first character animation and animation series. This book also includes my own illustration in homage to Cohl. In French.
Collection of works by Oskar Fischinger, who was born in Germany in 1900 and moved to the US in 1936. He pioneered visual music and abstract animation in Hollywood. Includes numerous illustrations and key animation drawings. In English.
Uses numerous illustrations to introduce the production process used by Russian animation artist Yuriy Norshteyn, including sketches, storyboards, rough drawings and the materials actually used in his photography. In Japanese.
Compilation art book that brings together early caricatures, as well as prints, drawings, illustrations and an overview of the animation work of Priit Pärn, a leader in Estonian animation. In Estonian.
Raul Servais is renown as the father of Belgian animation. In French.
Maurice Corbet, Marcin Gizycki, Michael Levy, Brigitte Liabeuf, Bertrand Mandico, Pascal Vimenet, Walerian Borowczyk, Éditions de l'Oeil, 2008
Polish film director Walerian Borowezyk excelled at erotic material. His early short animation had a major influence on the Quay Brothers and Igor Kovalyov. In French.
Research study about the Quay Brothers by British animation researcher Suzanne Buchan. Features many illustrations from the MOMA catalog. In English.
Jan Svankmajer, Jan Svankmajer : Dimensions of Dialogue : Between Film and Fine Art, Nakladatelstvi Arbor Vitae, 2013
Covers films and artworks by Czech surrealist Jan Svankmajer in 507 pages. In English.
Presents many visuals from the animation of Georges Schwitzgebel, who produced experimental short animation works from the 1970s onwards. In French, German and English.
Collection of McLaren’s drawings that were published in Canada during his lifetime. In French and English.