No. Dany shivered. No, no, oh no. “Are you deaf, fool?” Reznak mo Reznak demanded of the man. “Did you not hear my pronouncement? See my factors on the morrow, and you shall be paid for your sheep.” “Reznak,” Ser Barristan said quietly, “hold your tongue and open your eyes. Those are no sheep bones.” No, Dany thought, those are the bones of a child.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
Anderson wanted the piece to look similar to the work of Austrian painter Egon Schiele, which obviously influenced what he eventually turned in. After doing a ton of research and sketching, Pellegrino did seven finals and sent the best two to Anderson. “The actual working experience with Anderson was what all art direction should be like,” Pellegrino said. “His direction was clear, yet relaxed, which helped me understand what he was looking for while feeling free to be creative. Throughout the whole experience I never felt a stressful pressure which is astonishing to me considering how the work was to be used. I attribute that to the working environment he and his team created. All in all it was a wonderful experience I’ll never forget.”
- Rich Pellegrino
this speaks to me on a spiritual level
this made me so happy