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Exploring the Color of Tim Burton

Using examples from the likes of Corpse Bride, Edward Scissorhands, and more, COLOURlovers examines the distinctive use of color in Tim Burton’s work.

They write, “There are two sides to Tim Burton that come across in most of his work. Through the use of a variety of light sources, color tones, and his hand-painted characters he expressively creates two separate, colorful worlds that captivate viewers and tickle their imaginations: a dark, grey scale Gothic world, and a goofy world, filled with pastels and striped patterns.”

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