Tim Burton often spends his time traveling around the world while filming, on press tours, and for his art exhibitions — always with a pen in hand. These travels constantly place him in new and unusual surroundings, where he sees and experiences different cultures, a variety of people and unique sites. In these situations, his creative output stretches beyond the constraints of traditional medium. Compelled by artistic instinct and interesting visuals, Burton reaches for the nearest canvas, often a napkin. He records what inspires him, sketching the most freeform and immediate connection to his subconscious that exists.
Published by Steeles Publishing, Inc.
Hardcover: 140 pages
2015; $19.99; 9780990355908
“The Napkin Art of Tim Burton: Things You Think About in a Bar” is now on sale as the perfect complement to the Tim Burton collection. The book is available exclusively in the USA from www.steelespublishing.com
Artwork by: Tim Burton
Design & Editing by: Holly Kempf
Co-editing by: Leah Gallo