The Art of The Mitchells vs The Machines #ArtTuesday
If you haven’t heard of The Mitchells vs The Machines or had no interest in watching it, your option might change after looking through its art (and robots 😏)! From NetflixAwards.com:
Next time someone says big American studios are timid and don’t take creative risks anymore, you should remind them of how Sony Pictures Animation took a chance on freshman feature director Michael Rianda, co-director Jeff Rowe, and their team of eager and passionate creative artists and technical wizards.
The story of how the relative newcomers got to make The Mitchells vs. The Machines began several years before the studio won the Academy Award® for Best Animated Feature for its genuinely inventive Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
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