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Monday, May 30, 2011

Tim Burton Exhibit Part 3

 I'd like to put Tim Burton statement on the show right here,

"Growing up in Burbank, there wasn't much of a museum culture. I never visited one until I was a teenager (unless you count the Hollywood Wax Museum). I occupied my time going to see monster movies, watching televison, dwaing, and playing in the local cemetery, Later, when I did start frequenting museums, I was struck by howsimiliar the vibe was to the cemetery. Not in a moirbid way, but both have a quiet, introspective, yet electrifying atmosphere. Excitement, mystery, discovery, life, and death all in one place. So all these years later, to have this exhibition, to be showing things- some of which weren't meant ever to be seen, or are just pieces of the larger picture-is very special to me."

-Tim Burton

 What you"ll be greeted with when you go to buy tickets.
 I never noticed how Batman's hood looked so much like a devil's horns. The Batman hoods, what fan wouldn't want one in their home.

 Edward Scissorhands makes you wonder what Tim Burton would really wear if no one cared.

Parts 1 and 2