Tim Burton's creatures at MoMA


burton490.jpgPuppets, drawings, paintings, photographs, storyboards, costumes and screenings: MoMA celebrates Tim Burton with more than seven hundred works.

The exhibition explores the full range of his creative path, from early childhood artwork, revealing that Burton's dark, quirky, Pop-surrealist themes in film carry over to his rarely-seen drawings as well, all personal marks of the man's distinctive viewpoint.

A custom 2010 weekly planner was published by Moleskine in a limited run and given out to guests during the opening events. The book features Tim Burton's signature and the MoMA logo embossed on the cover and a unique paperband with the names of several of the director's films.

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The retrospective will be at MoMA until April 26th.

This MoMA collaboration is part of the Moleskine Special Projects, to which a new section of our website is now dedicated.

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