Tag Archives: Edmund Dulac
For years here a the Scriptorium we’ve been developing fonts and collecting unique art which is perfect for Halloween and putting it together into packages which we promote through our Boneyard Fonts site. After 9 years we’ve put together a gruesomely provocative collection of fonts and art, adding new items every year around Halloween. We’re now up to almost 40 fonts, plus art from great masters of the macabre like J. G. Posada, Edmund Dulac, Willy Pogany and Harry Clarke. You’ll find everything you need for any Halloween or other horrific design project.
Edmund Dulac was one of the most prolific and most impressive illustrators of the early 20th century. His work covers a wide range of themes and styles, and is characterized by the strongly defined personality of the people he depicts and the elaborate backgrounds and shading of his scenes . Dulac is best known for his illustrations of the Arabian …
Especially appropriate for Halloween, an example of when animation transcends genre and becomes a remarkable work of art. As with all of the segments in Fantasia, this one draws on the work of particular classic illustrators. In this case the main influences seem to have been Edmund Dulac and Kay Nielsen who was under contract to Disney at the time …