Toy Story Films: An Animated Journey – Foreword by Hayao Miyazaki and Afterword by John Lasseter
Here is an intresting collaboration Toy Story Films, The (Foreword by Hayao Miyazaki / Afterword by John Lasseter): An Animated Journey a 192 page book. Tells the tale of the talented visionaries who conceived Woody, Buzz, and the rest of Andy’s toys with the entire world. Through candid interviews with, animators, directors, and the voice actors along with the artwork that inspired. I would like to hear what Hayao Miyazaki has to say about it. You can pre-order the book through my site via amazon now or wait for its release on August 7, 2012. Check out more details below.
Imagination. It’s an innate quality that every child seems to possess in immeasurable quantities. Imagination allows children to create wonderful worlds in which to relate to their friends, envision their futures, and, of course, play with their toys. More often than not, imagination is a quality that diminishes with age, as fantasy worlds are replaced by “the real world” and inquiring young minds are forced to grow up. But there are those among us, who, like Peter Pan and the Lost Boys, never stop using their imaginations, envisioning their futures, and, most importantly in this context, playing with their toys. A select group of these individuals—and their unfettered imaginations—are the reason that the Toy Story films came to be.
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