The Art of the Fantastic

Whether it’s a fictional future or a landscape of the mind, designers help transport viewers to alternate worlds.

From top to bottom: Eiko Ishioka and April Napier helped make the fantasy sequences in “The Cell” both frightening and erotic; Adrian oversaw the multitude of costumes in “The Wizard of Oz”; Louise Mingenbach designed the comic book-based creations for “X-Men”; Kym Barrett relied on lots of basic black for “The Matrix”; Bob Ringwood and Mary Vogt teamed on “Batman Returns”; and Jacques Fonteray and Paco Rabanne contributed to the sci-fi camp of “Barbarella.”






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