Production Design Blog
This Le Corbusier quote describes his simple rule for helping the viewer of a design drawing, understand what the drawing is inherently saying to the viewer.
By Rose Lagacé on December 28, 2018
Look at what you’ve made. Beautiful, isn’t it? But does it work? For whom does it work? Of course you can use it, but can anyone else? In short, is it functional?
By Rose Lagacé on January 17, 2018
When producers start asking in a job interview whether you can “handle” a job, ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘Darkest Hour’ production designer Sarah Greenwood knows just how to respond.
By Rose Lagacé on September 13, 2017
Cinematographer, Robert Richardson describes the role of the production designer in a succinct but distinctive manner.
By Rose Lagacé on November 19, 2014
Stuart Craig, Oscar-winning Production Designer of Gandhi and Harry Potter discusses what it takes to make it in production design
By Rose Lagacé on June 4, 2014
‘Alien’ concept designer, H.R. Giger, considers the good fortune if even just one scene turns out the way it was initially planned, taking in great consideration the idea of quality control
By Rose Lagacé on May 14, 2014
Legendary production designer of Gone With The Wind, William Cameron Menzies describes the various sensibilities he believes a production designer should have
By Rose Lagacé on July 10, 2013
Alex McDowell discusses the inevitability of meaningfully adopting new visual effects technologies into the production design process
By Rose Lagacé on June 19, 2013
Tim Burton recalls his particular predisposition towards horror as entertainment as early as childhood
By Rose Lagacé on October 31, 2012
“If you can spend your time doing the best you can doing shit- then why do it.” – Haskell Wexler Thoughts?
By Rose Lagacé on March 28, 2012