Members of the iconic sci-fi show’s art department, under production designer John Iacovelli, with art directors Mark-Louis Walters and Roland Rosenkranz, graphic artist Alan Kobayashi, concept artist Luc Mayrand, costume designer Ann Bruice, propmaster Dark Hoffman, concept artist & set designer Timothy Earls, and creator and executive producer J. Michael Straczynski, reunite to discuss how they were able to design 110 episodes over five years and six TV movies, while keeping the sets fresh, exciting and, well, out of this world.
(8/2/2014) The successful Babylon 5 panel that was organized by the Guild at Comic-Con last week will be at it again this Saturday at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood in a program organized with the American Cinematheque. The B 5 production designer, John Iacovelli will moderate the panel of Art Directors Mark-Louis Walters and Roland Rosenkranz, Graphic Artist Alan Kobayashi and Concept Artist a…
John was Babylon 5’s production designer, and among the panelists were most of his design colleagues and Joe Straczynski, the creator and executive producer of the show (on the left, with John in the first picture), and two of the actors, Claudia Christian and Mira Furlan. Also on the panel were art directors Mark-Louis Walters and Roland Rosenkranz, graphic artist Alan Kobayashi, costume designer Ann Bruice, propmaster Dark Hoffman, and concept artist/set designer Timothy Earls, and Luc Mayrand.
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