Nightmare Alley’s Art Deco Set Design

The two worlds of Director Guillermo Del Toro’s Nightmare Alley feel at times like textural contrasts. “It was almost like working on two films,” according to Tamara Deverell, the film’s production designer, “from the carny world where everything had a faded patina and was a little rough around the edges … to high society, where we wanted everything to be really rich and sumptuous and enticing.”

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The Transformative Art of Set Decoration

Oh, yeah, it’s movie night, and whether you’re a film buff or a binge TV watcher, you grab a beverage, an assortment of snacks, and dim the lights as you settle into the world of your favorite story. Could be the gritty western reimagined world of Yellowstone, or how about the mind bending an eerie world of time travel that is Dark? For the sake of argument, why not a recent fan favorite, Game of Thrones. So you’re watching that final season; Jon Snow celebrates with his fellow Northmen while Daenerys watches from a dark corner–the torches flicker their medieval light, the stone walls capture the dankness of a castle, everything seems just as it should be.

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