Peter de Sève is famed for his illustration work and cover art to The New Yorker since 1993. He is also undoubtably one of the leading character designers in today’s animated-film industry, and has created unforgettable characters for block-busters such as “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”, “Tarzan”, “Finding Nemo” or “Robots”.

Peter was the sole designer on “Ice Age” and its sequels, yet his “Scrat” clearly overshadows the entire cast and turned into a world-wide icon. This 12-minute video is a presentation he gave as part of Pictoplasma’s Berlin Festival, 2010.


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