principle that predates Ackerman and gives a deeper meaning to Bleak House. Call it Guillermo del Toro’s cabinet of curiosities. After all, everything surrounding. The Hardcover of the Guillermo del Toro Cabinet of Curiosities: My Notebooks, Collections, and Other Obsessions by Guillermo del Toro, Marc. If you like Guillermo del Toro’s films, heard of his Bleak House but have never seen what’s inside, or just admire his sense and sensibilities, this.
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Contains a foreword by James Cameron, an afterword by Tom Cruise, and contributions from other luminaries, including Neil Gaiman and John Landis, among others. Oct 28, Gabbi Zurlo rated it it was amazing.
Cabinet of Curiosities: My Notebooks, Collections, and Other Obsessions
If you like any or all of that sort of stuff, check this out, even if you haven’t seen all of his movies. The book title is a reference to the 19th century tendency for the rich and eccentric to gather curiosities to show off their wealth, culture, and personal experiences. Mark Yon, September Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This book probably won’t be of much interest to someone who doesn’t care about del Toro, doesn’t care about movies, doesn’t care about notebooks, or doesn’t care about collections or the creative process or artistic endeavors or anything – to which I say you sound incredibly boring.
He explains the significance of some of the items and shows a bit of his creative process. I wish there had been more photographs from Bleak House, because I just want to live there. Mucho que aprender de este genio. The bulk of the text is an extensive interview with del Toro on all aspects of his creative works and inspirations, which is also peppered with glowing testimonials from the likes of other creative luminaries such as James Cameron, Alfonso Cuaron, Adam Savage, Neil Gaiman, Ron Perlman, and others.
It provides wonderful insight into the working mind of a director and eclectic collector. It allows me a chance to savor everything he does. Peeking into his notebooks is entertaining to no end with all of the drawings which populate his notes and help him ultimately flesh his movie ideas into shape. Dec 25, Karime Cury rated it it was amazing. Author MSZ managed to elicit lots of interesting bits of information with thoughtful questions.
I don’t know if it will necessarily prepare me for watching the movie; one’s creative process is something not easily revealed.
I certainly haven’t, though Pan’s Labyrinth is definitely my favorite, no, The Best Adult Fairytale Film ever made, and this is a fact and that is all, have a nice day. Dec 17, Frank rated it liked it Shelves: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. An absolutely stunning insight into the limitless imagination and surreal brain of one of the most interesting and creative artists of all time — a must-read for anyone who curiositied to understand GDT better or wants to appreciate his work on a more visceral level.
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Then again, I’m a curiositirs, lo-fi type who prefers the ghost to the printer’s proof, the contact sheet to the framed cainet matted print, guilermo, stains, shitty recordings, broken people. This book is for fans of Guillermo del Toro, and those who wish to find out more about what his thinking process is while he is gathering ideas for his films.
Leave this field blank. But this compulsively readable and gorgeously designed book ended up enhancing my appreciation for his particular kind of genius many times over. Just a cool, weird dude. In addition to personal creations, he has many books the house has multiple librariescollectibles, paintings and sculptures including specially commissioned workstoys, and memorabilia from films and pop culture.
Neil Gaiman of their first meeting too, in Austin, Texas.
Reviews Movie Clips Interviews. He’s the best thing since sliced bread AND the second coming. Not only are pictures of pages from his notebooks there with translations from the Spanish where appropriate but photographs, maps and models.
I have had a deep and abiding love for Guillermo del Toro ‘s work ever since seeing Blade II and my admiration for the man as a director has only increased after seeing both the Hellboy movies and Pan’s Labyrinth arguably one of the greatest pieces of cinema ever committed to film! The interview between del Toro and Marc Scott Zicree that make up the main body of the book is fascinating and gives us an idea of what makes del Toro the man and the director tick.
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Guillermo del Toro is my favourite creative mind. Review Text “His creature fascination and his love of the macabre shine through in this book. I hoped that one day I would visit myself, even though I live in the UK.