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Martin Hsu Mulan Takes Flight

This is spectacular!! “Mulan Takes Flight” is one of four new paintings that Martin Hsu will be debuting this Saturday, July 19 at WonderGround Gallery. Martin will be joining J. Scott Campbell, Sean Chao, and Sarah “Nei” Ruffino for a signing from 11am – 1pm.


Mulan and Ariel will be available as:
– Limited. Ed. of 95 canvas giclee: 23″ x 27″ / framed & ready to hang / $350
– Deluxe matted prints: $39.95

Pinocchio and Alice will be available as:
– Deluxe matted prints: $39.95

For off-site ordering information:
– Email: merchandise.guest.services@disneyparks.com
– Call: 877-560-6477 (select option 2 for prints)

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The AV Club’s Noel Murray interviews Chilean director Alejandro Jodorowsky, he of Holy Mountain and apocalypse-Western El Topo fame. Jodorowsky famously almost adapted Frank Herbert’s Dune before David Lynch picked up that gauntlet. Here’s Jodorowsky on Lynch’s adaptation–

AVC: For a long time, you were involved with developing Dune into a feature film, before the project fell through. Did you ever see David Lynch’s Dune?

AJ: Yes, I’ve seen it. I was very scared when I saw it, because Dune was for me very important in my life. I was very sad I could not do it. When I saw that David Lynch would do it, I was very scared, because I admire him as a moviemaker, and I thought he would do well. But when I see the picture, I realize he never understood this picture. It’s not a David Lynch picture. It’s the producer who made…

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Fans of Alejandro Jodorowsky and will likely already be familiar with the story that unfolds in Jodorowsky’s Dune, a new documentary by Frank Pavich. The short version: After the success of his midnight cult films El Topo and The Holy Mountain, Jodorowsky moves to a castle in France to turn Frank Herbert’s sci-fi novel Dune into a film. Jodorowky put together a group of “spiritual warriors” to aid him in this quest, including the core team of Dan O’Bannon (who went on to create Alien), H.R. Giger, and the French artist Jean Giraud, aka Moebius, whose character designs and storyboards are the concrete manifestations of Jodorowsky’s vision. Jodorowsky also sought out Orson Welles, Salvador Dali, Pink Floyd, and Mick Jagger, among others. The project resulted in a tome the size of several phonebooks, including paintings, designs, technical solutions, and a storyboard by Moebius—but no film. Studios shied away…

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God of life, there are days when the burdens we carry chafe our shoulders and wear us down; 
when the road seems dreary and endless, the skies gray and threatening; 
when our lives have no music in them and our hearts are lonely, and our souls have lost their courage. 
Flood the path with light, we beseech you; turn our eyes to where the skies are full of promise
— St Augustine 

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