Tim Burton - His early film career was fueled by almost unbelievable good luck, but it's his talent and originality that have kept him at the top of the Hollywood tree. Tim Burton began drawing at an early age, going on to attend the California Institute of the Arts, studying animation after being awarded a fellowship from Disney, for whom he went on to work. He worked the mainstream Disney films and later would work on a series of creative break through movies.
Womanhouse zine #5, cover by Ann Muddy. The zine is a collection of feminist critiques compiled by Molly Davy, Anna Garski and Annah Ruhland. It borrows its name from the 1972 feminist art installation and performance space organised by Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, co-founders of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) Feminist Art Program.
This school was founded by Walt and Roy Disney in 1961 and has been ranked by Newsweek as the most AWESOME Art School in the country. Cal Arts is dedicated to providing an environment that fosters creativity and diversity within the arts. They are proud to have a very prominent list of alumni such as, Academy Award winners, John Lasseter ("Toy Story", "A Bug's Life") and Tim Burton ("Nightmare Before Christmas", "Edward Scissorhands").
Randy attended college at California Institute of the Arts, a private Arts school subsidized by the Walt Disney Company. Description from disneyparksmerchandise.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images