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Hugh Hunt

Hugh Hunt About This cinematic art director earned Academy Awards for his work on the 1953 film Julius Caesar and on the 1959 movie Ben Hur. Over the course of his career, he received eleven additional Oscar nominations for his work as a dresser of movie sets. Other Informations Early in his career, he decorated …

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Tony Duquette

Tony Duquette About Acclaimed Hollywood designer who created numerous sets and costumes over the course of his fifty-year career. Much of his artwork was destroyed in a 1989 fire. Other Informations He graduated from the Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles and worked for a time as a designer at Bullock’s department store. He worked …

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Jack Fisk

Jack Fisk About Hollywood art director and production designer known for his work on such films as “Carrie” from 1976 and “Mulholland Drive” from 2001. Other Informations His early films include “Cool Breeze” from 1972 and “Messiah of Evil” from 1973. He received an Academy Award nomination for Best Art Direction for his work on …

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John S. Detlie

John S. Detlie About Hollywood set designer and art director known for his work during the late 1930s and early 1940s. Other Informations He put his artistic skills to work during World War II by camouflaging a military airplane-building facility in Seattle. He was nominated for a Best Art Direction Oscar for the film “Bitter …

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Robert F. Boyle

Robert F. Boyle About Academy Award-winning art director best known for his work with Alfred Hitchcock and Norman Jewison. He was profiled in the documentary short “The Man on Lincoln’s Nose” from 2000. Other Informations He graduated from the University of Southern California and worked for a time as an architect, but lost that job …

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Tony Walton

Tony Walton About British costume and set designer who received an Academy Award for his work on the 1980 film version of All That Jazz. He designed numerous Broadway productions, including Pippin, Golden Boy, and House of Blue Leaves. Other Informations He designed his first Broadway production, Noel Coward’s Conversation Piece, in 1957. Later in …

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Tim Holtz

Tim Holtz About Designer primarily known for his work in the DIY crafting sphere. He showcases tutorial videos using various mixed medias on his eponymous YouTube and he’s amassed over 100,000 subscribers.   Other Informations He worked in restaurant management for over eight years before taking a job in a crafting store and making a permanent switch …

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Hugo Rumbold

Hugo Rumbold About English set and costume designer who became known for his work in theater. He designed productions of Bluff King Hal (1914), Patience (1918), and numerous other stage plays. Other Informations He served in both the Second Boer War and the First World War. He designed the costumes for William Faversham’s 1913 production …

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Oliver Smith

Oliver Smith About Famous for his multi-Tony Award-winning scenic design work, he created the sets for such popular Broadway musicals as West Side Story, My Fair Lady, Camelot, and On the Town. Also a cinematic art director, he received an Academy Award nomination for his work on the 1955 movie musical Guys and Dolls. Other …

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Elena Ceballos

Elena Ceballos About Visual development artist who works as a production designer on the Netflix original series VeggieTales In The House, produced by Dreamworks Animation and Big Idea. She helped created a whole new look for VeggieTales, a franchise that began in the early 1990s. Other Informations She freelanced for various companies such as DisneyToon …

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Doug Chiang

Doug Chiang About Film production designer and visual effects specialist who won an Oscar for his work on “Death Becomes Her” in 1993. Design director for “Star Wars Episode I” and “Star Wars Episode II,” George Lucas’ infamous prequels to the legendary film franchise. Other Informations He studied film at the University of California-Los Angeles …

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Dale Hennesy

Dale Hennesy About Academy Award-winning production designer known for his work on such 1960s and ’70s science fiction films as Fantastic Voyage and Logan’s Run. Other Informations He began his film production career in 1963 and continued his involvement in movies until his death in 1981. He was nominated for Academy Awards in 1976 and …