Emmy-winning animator Ryan Quincy has always dreamed of having his own show. During the decade and a half he spent working his way up to animation director for South Park, he spent his hiatuses creating a world entirely his own, inhabited by hairy but harmless creatures just trying to sort out the d ... More >>
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The Imps of Marge and Fletch In an age when Photoshop reigns, the Imps of Marge and Fletch bring a stylized, cinematic sensibility to digital photography, shooting as much as possible in camera. The L.A.-based art collective is named after the intersection of Marguerite and Fletcher in Glasse ... More >>
Check out this behind the scenes look at photographer Kevin Scanlon shooting L.A. Weekly's 2010 People Issue. Subjects include Ken Jeong, Kate Micucci, Lynda Kay, John 5 and more. Music provided by Lynda Kay, John 5, and Kate Micucci.
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