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Graphic Artist, Hollywood Inspiration, Moebius Dies at 73

Jean Giraud, the graphic artist also known as Moebius, died over the weekend at the age of 73 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Giraud’s sci-fi, alien landscapes were popular in Hollywood and the artist served as a consultant on a number of films–including Ridley Scott‘s Alien, Steven Lisberger‘s original Tron and The Fifth Element among others.

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Even as Giraud’s productivity narrowed in recent years, his stature in the creative community seemed to grow as young illustrators, digital artists and video game designers looked to his work as a key compass point. In October 2010 the Fondation Cartier Pour L’Art Contemporain in Paris launched a lavish five-month exhibit of Giraud’s work that included small, humble sketches and majestic wall-sized pieces.

The artist visited Los Angeles while the exhibit was underway and, in an interview with The Times, said he couldn’t put a name to the restless nature of his imagination or the persistent disdain for repeating his past accomplishments.

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LA Times Decks Halls with Boughs of Corrections

Posting news article corrections on Christmas Eve amounts to basically a free pass. Other than perhaps the odd atheist with broadband and stranded airport traveler, no one is going to catch sight of the early returns.

Among the seven LA Times oopsies shared December 24th were the eradication of a non-existent Mickey Ward boxing match loss (in connection with a piece on The Fighter), the re-construction of Tron director Steven Lisberger‘s (pictured) decimated directing resume and the sorting out of some CBS-PBS consonant confusion.

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