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Hey guys, do you like Peludos S.A.’s new Max from Where the Wild Things Are? You can purchase one here.
And if you’re so kind, will you help me win one? You just have to “like” this photo and share on your facebook walls if you really like it enough! :) I’d appreciate it so much!!

Hey guys, do you like Peludos S.A.’s new Max from Where the Wild Things Are? You can purchase one here.

And if you’re so kind, will you help me win one? You just have to “like” this photo and share on your facebook walls if you really like it enough! :) I’d appreciate it so much!!

2 years ago on February 28th | J | 22 notes
labyrinthmuseum:

From Jim Henson’s official website:
Jim’s note to David Bowie about the Firey sequence in Labyrinth.

labyrinthmuseum:

From Jim Henson’s official website:

Jim’s note to David Bowie about the Firey sequence in Labyrinth.

3 years ago on May 9th | J | 60 notes
labyrinthmuseum:

From Jim Henson’s official website:

Special care went into shooting the wild things (later dubbed Fireys), loose-limbed characters that danced crazily, tossing their body parts and removing their eyes as they sang “Chilly Down”, the first song Bowie wrote for the film. Way-laying Sarah, they were, as described by Bowie, “…a bit cruel, but infectiously hilarious.” The intricate routine grew from Jim’s original notes and storyboard, worked out by choreographer Charles Augins. With four weeks of rehearsals, Augins discovered that, “…there’s nothing a puppet can’t do, which is very useful!”

Photo: Casting chart for the Firey sequence.

labyrinthmuseum:

From Jim Henson’s official website:

Special care went into shooting the wild things (later dubbed Fireys), loose-limbed characters that danced crazily, tossing their body parts and removing their eyes as they sang “Chilly Down”, the first song Bowie wrote for the film. Way-laying Sarah, they were, as described by Bowie, “…a bit cruel, but infectiously hilarious.” The intricate routine grew from Jim’s original notes and storyboard, worked out by choreographer Charles Augins. With four weeks of rehearsals, Augins discovered that, “…there’s nothing a puppet can’t do, which is very useful!”

Photo: Casting chart for the Firey sequence.

3 years ago on May 9th | J | 26 notes
labyrinthmuseum:

Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are in Sarah’s room (Labyrinth). It is no coincidence that Spike Jonze’s Where the Wild Things Are (where the Henson’s Creature Shop did the Wild Things costumes) became one of my favourite movies from the very first time I saw it.

labyrinthmuseum:

Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are in Sarah’s room (Labyrinth). It is no coincidence that Spike Jonze’s Where the Wild Things Are (where the Henson’s Creature Shop did the Wild Things costumes) became one of my favourite movies from the very first time I saw it.

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We Love You So (Carter Burwell)

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