Happy 91st Birthday to Disney Legend, animator, and Imagineer Roland Fargo “Rolly” Crump, who was born in Alhambra, California on this day in 1930. First joining Walt Disney Studios in 1952, he worked as an inbetweener, before becoming an assistant animator. In 1959, Crump joined #WEDEnterprises and became a designer of some of #Disneyland’s attractions and shops, including The #HauntedMansion, #EnchantedTikiRoom and Adventureland Bazaar. He was also responsible for designing many of the #Disney attractions at the #1964NewYorkWorldsFair, including #itsasmallworld and the #ToweroftheFourWinds marquee. In 1976, Rolly designed the #Land and #WondersofLife pavilions for #EpcotCenter. Happy Birthday Rolly!#disneylegend #rollycrump #waltdisney #disneyimagineer https://instagr.am/p/CL0mWgSA2cy/
@maximillian_deersteak knit a sweet surprise of a warm hat for Sisto Brak! They say you lose most of your heat through your head, so maybe this is the solution to his chilly situation! (And springtime is rapidly approaching)
He will enjoy his swampwalks in far greater comfort next week!
Yarn is the #gatorfreighter colorway from @risingtidefiberco
Dave Porter’s Return to School by Edward Stratemeyer, 1907
“Carl was made to bow until his nose touched the floor.”
Edward L. Stratemeyer (October 4, 1862 – May 10, 1930) was an American publisher and writer of children’s fiction. He was one of the most prolific writers in the world, producing in excess of 1,300 books himself, selling in excess of 500 million copies. He also created many well-known fictional book series for juveniles, including The Rover Boys, The Bobbsey Twins, Tom Swift, The Hardy Boys, and Nancy Drew series, many of which sold millions of copies and are still in publication today. On Stratemeyer’s legacy, Fortune wrote: “As oil had its Rockefeller, literature had its Stratemeyer.”
O God, in the name of Your Prophet, our great Lawgiver, that we, created and born in Your divine image, may aspire the more perfectly to that spiritual Godliness and bodily beauty which You, in Your infinite mercy, have thought fit to deny to our brutish enemies!
Another part of Beneath the Planet of the Apes that might speak to modern audiences. Zaius uses a rifle (only time he uses a gun!) to smash the busts of humans, whom he considers wholly evil creatures.
Happy Twin Peaks Day! @kyle_maclachlan as Agent Cooper—pen and ink. Here’s to damn fine coffee and cherry pie. 🌲🪵🦉🥧☕🌲#twinpeaksday #twinpeaks #agentcooper #illustration #art #davidlynch #comicbookpanels #penandink
from @dcooneyart https://instagr.am/p/CLus4BHgMF2/