Uncovering the gems of Terry Gilliam's personal archive - from pre-Python days through Python to his feature films and beyond...
This is amazing stuffy Holly, thanks for sharing!Sorry to nitpick but this is from Holy Grail not Life of Brian, I'm sure that was just a typo.Anyway, thanks again
My bad. Thank you for spotting that!
Pieces to be saved!
...and there was much rejoicing!
Brilliant! My three and a half year old, who is sitting on my desk, just asked me, "Is that the king and the old men... who couldn't put Humpty together again?"
Many of the illumination-like cutouts were based on medieval manuscripts, by the way. A medieval historian once found out which text book TG must've used.
thank you so much for sharing that wth us ;)
You, Holly, are a veritable King's woMan, mastering the Herculean feat of putting the Humptylike pieces of great work together and clarifying the thru-lines for the rest of the world. Thanks!
Just when you think you'll never find another cool desktop background illustration! Wonderful!
invaluable. wow. those cutouts have played before my eyes and in my mind countless times.
Thank You!! One week ago, i see "Monty Python, Almost The Truth" and Terry´s story is amazing and these pieces do nothing but show their talent and genius. Greetings from Argentina
I'd be interested to know what size these were/are