In 1945, Walt Disney and Salvador Dali began working on a project together, intended to be a short animated film called Destino. Dali partnered with Disney Legend John Hench to storyboard the film, but production came to a halt because of financial difficulties. Over fifty years later, Walt's nephew Roy E. Disney decided to give it new life. This volume showcases all 150 pieces of art created by Dali and Hench. Also, the sole piece of animation art that was filmed in 1946 is showcased in a series of images explaining how it was digitally cut apart, restored and then reassembled for the 2003 completed film version. This limited edition features a high-definition screen inside the front cover and a touch of a button plays the entire Destino film. This first-of-its-kind volume comes in a beautiful slipcase and includes a USB and wall charger and a headphone jack for a lifetime of continued enjoyment.
In Shops: Oct 25, 2017
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