I just finished watching The Man called Flintstone, a movie I used to love when I was a kid, and hadn't watched since the late eigthies. The movie is what it is, a long Flintstone episode that parodies the Spy Genre. But I think what made this movie stick in my mind throughout the years was the colorful opening sequence when Fred is made a spy. One thing I didn't remember was the ending credits being so good, maybe because as a kid those Hanna Barbera movies ended when they all merrily laughed to a very lame joke or a simplistic and basic moral. Credits didn't mean a thing.
Something like Lascaux meets Indie Comics.
Everyday I amaze myself of how some people can make great figures using only basic shapes. That´s shows some great understanding of design, nature and people´s minds.
Great Great source of inspiration.