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Pixar’s Monsters Inc. versus Monsters University
Pixar characters Mike Wazowski and Sulley will undergo slight anatomical tweaks for the upcoming Monsters Inc. prequel, Monsters University. The new film has a release date in 2013.
“…While instantly familiar, due to the original Monsters, Inc.,  it looks like Pixar is trying to do something very different and unique  as well. John Lasseter described the film as an “animated college  movie.” The film is a prequel showing us a time when Mike and Sulley  were not quite the best of friends. They are both 18 years old and some  slight alterations have been made to their appearance. Mike is a bit  shorter and has a retainer, while Sulley is thinner…”—Pixar Times
(images via Slashfilm)

Pixar’s Monsters Inc. versus Monsters University

Pixar characters Mike Wazowski and Sulley will undergo slight anatomical tweaks for the upcoming Monsters Inc. prequel, Monsters University. The new film has a release date in 2013.

“…While instantly familiar, due to the original Monsters, Inc., it looks like Pixar is trying to do something very different and unique as well. John Lasseter described the film as an “animated college movie.” The film is a prequel showing us a time when Mike and Sulley were not quite the best of friends. They are both 18 years old and some slight alterations have been made to their appearance. Mike is a bit shorter and has a retainer, while Sulley is thinner…”—Pixar Times

(images via Slashfilm)

A Redesign for the Oscars Envelope
To honor the 70th anniversary of the Academy Awards, designer Marc Friedland brings out the bling with iridescent gold paper for his “iconic” makeover of the ordinary white envelope and plain announcement cards.

"…The  outside of the envelope and flap is an Art Deco-inspired satin gold  foil frame with  an ecru inset panel bearing the name of the award  category in a rich charcoal  ink. The envelope will contain a   heavyweight ecru card featuring gold foil accents and a gold   leaf-embossed Oscar statuette along with the phrase, “And the Oscar goes   to…."  The winner’s name will  be printed in charcoal ink and mounted  onto a matching, red lacquer  hand-wrapped frame…” —press release from The Academy
 
We look forward to seeing these designs on the screen on ABC this upcoming Sunday, February 27, 2011 and appreciate the extra attention to detail this year.
(photo credit: Patrick Prather / ©A.M.P.A.S., video via LAT via AP)

A Redesign for the Oscars Envelope

To honor the 70th anniversary of the Academy Awards, designer Marc Friedland brings out the bling with iridescent gold paper for his “iconic” makeover of the ordinary white envelope and plain announcement cards.

oscars best picture envelope back seal for pwc

"…The outside of the envelope and flap is an Art Deco-inspired satin gold foil frame with an ecru inset panel bearing the name of the award category in a rich charcoal ink. The envelope will contain a heavyweight ecru card featuring gold foil accents and a gold leaf-embossed Oscar statuette along with the phrase, “And the Oscar goes to…."  The winner’s name will be printed in charcoal ink and mounted onto a matching, red lacquer hand-wrapped frame…” —press release from The Academy

 


We look forward to seeing these designs on the screen on ABC this upcoming Sunday, February 27, 2011 and appreciate the extra attention to detail this year.

(photo credit: Patrick Prather / ©A.M.P.A.S., video via LAT via AP)


The Tron movie poster redesign is not so much a redesign as a  modernization. Then again, who doesn’t enjoy a good throwback here and  there.




Check out more of the trailers here.

The Tron movie poster redesign is not so much a redesign as a modernization. Then again, who doesn’t enjoy a good throwback here and there.

Check out more of the trailers here.