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The Art of Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse is a celebration of the true original icon, spanning the ninety years that Mickey Mouse has been entertaining audiences with heartfelt performances and humorous antics. The book begins with a comprehensive filmography, listing Mickey's animated performances in shorts, films, and television shows. This impressive résumé is followed by an analysis of Mickey's milestones: the firsts he has attained, the achievements he has made, and the recognitions he has received throughout his life thus far. A special double gatefold commemorates Mickey and Minnie's ninetieth anniversary with ninety pieces of artwork depicting the famous pair, from never-before-seen animation drawings to classic comic book covers. The final portion of the book is a jubilant commemoration comprised of new artwork, interpretations of Mickey Mouse contributed by the inspired minds at Disney Consumer Products and Interactive Media. Here, Mickey is reimagined in a variety of media ranging from digital renderings to traditional paintings, in styles as unique and different as the artists themselves.
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About the Author
During her nine years as an editor for Disney Publishing, Jessica Ward contributed to more than eighty books ranging from travel guides to cookbooks, collector's art books to children's storybooks. Highlights included the annual Birnbaum Guide to Walt Disney World, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Price of Freedom, Minnie & Daisy BFF Friends on Ice, The Chew: A Year of Celebrations, and Once Upon a Dream: From Perrault's Sleeping Beauty to Disney's Maleficent. Since then, Jessie has written The Ultimate Disney Party Book, Disney Princess Crochet, Disney Frozen Paint-by-Number, Disney Classic Paint-by-Number, and My Little Pony Playtime Stories. Jessie was delighted to collaborate with the DCPI artists in curating this collection. She lives with her husband and daughter in Monroe, Connecticut, where she enjoys paddle boarding, playing volleyball, doing yoga, and (usually) finishing the New York Times crossword.