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Disney Silver Series: The Darkest Magic

By: Trevor Mezak

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DISNEY SILVER SERIES: THE DARKEST MAGIC

Trevor Mezak

  • MEDIUM: Giclée on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
  • SIZE: 16"h x 20"w
  • EDITION SIZE: 500
  • ARTIST: Trevor Mezak
  • SKU: DFA-SS-DM

ABOUT THE IMAGE:  Inspired by Walt Disney’s Animated Film Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, The Darkest Magic is part of the Silver Series Collection. and is officially licensed artwork by Disney. Canvas print is fully framed and ready to hang. The back of the framed artwork is affixed with a wire for easy wall hanging. (Wall hook not included.) Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity! Please note: Silver Series are custom framed and molding style are based on current availability. 

ABOUT THE MEDIUM:  Limited edition prints are reproductions of an original piece of art work. We offer giclée prints on canvas and paper, which are museum quality prints that last the upwards of 100 years. Giclée printing is a process that uses fade-resistant, archival inks and archival substrates to print on large format printers. The run of prints are capped at a specific number (often between 100-500). Limited edition prints can be more valuable to art collectors than prints without a restricted number of copies because of the rarity of the prints.

ABOUT THE ARTIST: Defined by and recognized for his elaborate use of texture in his signature impressionistic style, Trevor Mezak is an artist who is driven to create every day.  “I feel the day is missing something if I don’t,” says the artist.

Fascinated with the world around him; he has a passion for painting figurative subjects but has also held a long time fascination with the design elements of playing cards, especially face cards.

Born in Southern California, Mezak has been painting since his teens.  His self-taught style has evolved through his vast experience with mediums and technique. Oils, because of their vivid color and texture, have proved to be his medium of choice.

While he notes William DeBilzan and Aldo Luongo as artist who inspire him, Mezak draws much of his inspiration from his experiences in the world and the mood they establish.  “Before painting, I have to go surfing.  It puts me in a good place.  When you’re in a good mood, it shows in your art.  My studio is filled with loud music, the smell of coffee, my black lab at my side, and the occasional kid running through.”

Trevor Mezak has placed in several exhibitions, both locally and nationally. His pieces can be found in many private collections, noting Michael Brown of the Chicago Bears and actor Paul Walker, among them.

ABOUT THE FILM: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is a 1937 American animated musical fantasy film about a lonely princess living with her stepmother, a vain Queen. The Queen worries that Snow White will be more beautiful than her, so she forces Snow White to work as a scullery maid and asks her Magic Mirror daily "who is the fairest one of all". For years, the mirror always answers that the Queen is, pleasing her, until Snow White comes along.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was produced by Walt Disney Productions and originally released by RKO Radio Pictures. Based on the 1812 German fairy tale by the Brothers Grimm, it is the first full-length cel animated feature film and the earliest Disney animated feature film.

Snow White premiered at the Carthay Circle Theatre in Los Angeles, California on December 21, 1937, followed by a nationwide release on February 4, 1938. It was a critical and commercial success, and with international earnings of $8 million during its initial release briefly held the record of highest-grossing sound film at the time. The popularity of the film has led to its being re-released theatrically many times, until its home video release in the 1990s. Adjusted for inflation, it is one of the top-ten performers at the North American box office and the highest-grossing animated film.

Snow White was nominated for Best Musical Score at the Academy Awards in 1938, and the next year, producer Walt Disney was awarded an honorary Oscar for the film. This award was unique, consisting of one normal-sized, plus seven miniature Oscar statuettes. They were presented to Disney by Shirley Temple.

In 1989, the United States Library of Congress deemed the film "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" and selected it as one of the first 25 films for preservation in the National Film Registry. The American Film Institute ranked it among the 100 greatest American films, and also named the film as the greatest American animated film of all time in 2008. Disney's take on the fairy tale has had a significant cultural impact, resulting in popular theme park attractions, a video game, and a Broadway musical.