- v represent according to a conventional style
a stylized female head
- He plays one of the roughest, guttiest, wide-open-est sliphorns to which it has been my pleasure to listen, and his style is distinctly New Orleans, if we must stylize music.
- Apparently Producer-Director Korda was afraid to stylize the picture completely and so slowed up the lines for the general audience.
- Or stylize the guts out of it, so that it approaches abstraction.
News & Articles
- Hot Fun in the Summer Time by Peter Dziedzic
I wanted to start this week’s blog off with an apology – I have been a bad Stylize blogger, and for that I am sorry. As you may have seen in Stylize, we have opened our second skoah location in Boston (35 Newbury Street – come and say hi) and the final push to get open kept me from my blogging duties. I promise to be better going forward.
June 20, 2013 - Boston Herald
- Christopher Nolan in Reuters Canada
When people choose to stylize a city, they draw from one particular age of architecture, which for us didn't make sense. Real cities have a tremendous mix of architecture; they combine all eras,Nolan says. "In this film, we favor modernism...
- Henry Woronicz in Salt Lake Tribune
It's our big musical production number, 17 fighters onstage with swords and shields,Woronicz says. "We're trying to stylize it, make it flashy. It's going to be a beautiful visual thing to watch, with more dramatic angles and shadows, as...
- Gael Garcia Bernal in New York Daily News
We built up the characters in a very free way,adds Bernal. "We didn't want to do reality-based characters; the accent is not an accent that exists, the town doesn't exist. We could invent a whole universe, and stylize that a lot."