There's nothing I liked visually of the period I was a child. There was no dream in it, and nothing sparkled.
I guess I've always been really attracted to period pieces and always felt visually I was probably more made for the '50s or the early '60s than I am for a modern day.
Talking about covers, whether visually or sonically, if a particular combination of notes struck a chord in your heart in a way that you want to be a part of it by covering that song, then there's nothing wrong with it.
When I do watch shows, or projects that I've been a part of, I'm pretty good at watching them objectively. And that's mostly because I want to see how it came out overall, what the overall story was and how it came together visually, what my mates were doing.
The idea is to bring art to people who might never really interact with it. It's for all citizens, and it's about making the city more interesting and more visually significant.
Visually, I love the setting of suburbia.
I am very much aware of the visual side of things. I do a lot of photography. I often take Polaroids of things that strike me as visually interesting, just to remember them and perhaps use later.
I generally like very visually striking films. I love a lot of Stanley Kubrick's films. I would have to say 'Dr. Strangelove', which of course has got resonance in 'Watchmen'. It's a favorite movie of mine.
I grew up doing theatre and spent a long time as a playwright. I still think very visually when I write.
In front of the camera I look and I see visually what I've created.
I have always had a great interest in visually documenting the past.
I've always tried to push myself technically and to push myself visually. That's been part of the journey.
People go to see a film because it's a great story and it's visually exciting to watch.
I think 'The Walking Dead' is very interestingly paced. It's slow, almost like an old Western. It's also very stylised - visually, I think it's very pretty. It's more of a psychological drama than anything else.
I'm constantly being visually stimulated.
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