Deane Taylor’s darkly humorous gothic style makes him the most distinctive concept artist and production designer working in the international world of animation today. Deane is the Annie-winning Art Director of the Oscar-nominated feature, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas and the Annie-nominated Cow and Chicken. Deane has also worked on several high quality television series including The Ren and Stimpy Show. Deane has completed concept art, design and production design on a host of both independent and major US studio productions, European and Australian animated features, television series, games, book design and book illustration. Deane is the Director of The Blinky Bill Movie alongside co-directors Alexs Stadermann, Noel Cleary and Alex Weight.

Accolades

Barbara Stephen and Jim Ballantine and Deane Taylor and Alexs Stadermann and Noel Cleary and Alex Weight
Best Animated Film, 2015

Blinky Bill The Movie

Best Animated Film, 2015

Blinky Bill The Movie

Blinky Bill is a little koala with a big imagination. An adventurer at heart, he dreams of leaving the little town of Green Patch and…

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Films

Blinky Bill The Movie
2015

Blinky Bill The Movie

Australia, India, Ireland
2015

Blinky Bill The Movie

Blinky Bill is a little koala with a big imagination. An adventurer at heart, he dreams of leaving the little town of Green Patch and…

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