"She accomplished the best and greatest thing in life -- she died without regrets or fear." Brain Pickings takes 450+ hours a month to curate and edit across the different platforms, and remains banner-free. If it brings you any joy and inspiration, please consider a modest donation – it lets me know I'm doing something right.
Blank on Blank "I still think the same way I thought as a child. I still worry. I'm still frightened... Nothing changes." - - Maurice Sendak Interview by Andrew Romano and Ramin Seetodeh 2009. Sendak's home in Connecticut Read the Newsweek article http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek... Executive Producer: David Gerlach Animator: Patrick Smith
On what would have been his 85th birthday, Google paid children's author and illustrator Maurice Sendak a special tribute Monday, a Google Doodle-turned-storybook parade. There's Max and the creatures Where the Wild Things Are, chefs In the Night Kitchen and all the characters celebrating Sendak's birthday together at a Bumble-Ardy birthday party. Show More Summary
If you ventured to Google on June 10 (and, since you're currently on the Internet, the odds are good), you saw a Google Doodle celebrating the birthday of Maurice Sendak, the celebrated children's book author who passed away last year. Show More Summary
PBS’s Blank On Blank series keeps turning out little gems built from interview excerpts. In honor of the anniversary of the late Maurice Sendak’s birthday, the latest video animates portions of a 2009 interview by Andrew Romano and Ramin Seetodeh for Newsweek. Show More Summary
"I still think the same way I thought as a child. I still worry. I'm still frightened... Nothing changes." - Maurice Sendak In 2009 Newsweek's Andrew Romano and Ramin Seetodeh interviewed Sendak. They wrote a great article. But no one had ever heard the poignant conversation. Until now. Enjoy the animation by Patrick Smith. Subscribe for more Blank on Blank.
Today's Google Doodle takes visitors on an animated journey through Sendak's alternate storybook worlds, and ends with a gathering of the creatures from his tales. But the celebrated children's book author and illustrator wasn't always well received.
“I still think the same way I thought as a child. I still worry. I’m still frightened… Nothing changes.” Children’s book author and illustrator Maurice Sendak speaks on being a kid in this animation by Patrick Smith. Andrew Romano and Ramin Seetodeh interviewed Sendak in 2009 for Newsweek and no one had heard the conversation [...]
Today is legendary children’s author Maurice Sendak‘s birthday and Google is celebrating the author with a Google Doodle. The Doodle is a video animation based on Sendak’s classic books including Where the Wild Things Are and In theShow More Summary
Google has created an animated Google Doodle celebrating Maurice Sendak‘s 85th Birthday. The literary world mourned Sendak’s passing last May. You can watch the full animation at this YouTube link. Here’s more from Slate: It begins,Show More Summary
On the occasion of what would have been Maurice Sendak’s 85th birthday, PBS Digital Studios has released their latest installment… Read More
Sendak would have turned 85 this year. read more
"Where the Wild Things Are" to "Go to hell"—with a very fun animated Google Doodle. Go to Google.com—you'll probably enjoy it more than The Internship and it's free! [ more › ]
On Monday, Google saluted beloved children's book author Maurice Sendak with a Google Doodle. It would have been Sendak's 85th birthday.
Between WWDC and E3, it's a big week of announcements of shiny new products. It's also author Maurice Sendak's birthday today, and this quote from him reminds us that sometimes it's good to step away to remember we don't always need new things. Read more...
The Google Doodle features Max, the protagonist of his famed 1963 book Where the Wild Things Are, walking through Sendak's world of imaginative illustrations from In the Night Kitchen to Bumble-Ardy.
Today’s wonderfully elaborate Google Doodle pays tribute to beloved children’s author Maurice Sendak, who died last year at age 83. To honor what would have been Sendak’s 85th birthday, the Doodle team created a colorful, animated tour through some of the illustrator’s greatest works. Show More Summary
In celebration of what would have been Maurice Sendak’s 85th birthday today (June 10, 2013), Google has a nicely done, affectionate, respectful and fairly extensive tribute to the artist in the form of an animated Google Doodle on the Google home page. After today, look to the Google Doodles archive, or view this video capture [...]
A wild rumpus is happening on Google right now! Today’s Google Doodle celebrates what would have been the of 85th
It's Maurice Sendak's 85th birthday, and Google's homepage has turned into an animated fantasy world inhabited by Max, the star of Sendak's most famous book, "Where The Wild Things Are." Sendak, children's book author and illustrator, died in May 2012, but lived to see "Wild Things" turned into a movie in 2009. Show More Summary