Preliminary concept drawings for the sets of the village of Altar, interiors, and of the House of the Unmentionable Times. Drawings by architect Harry Newman.
Harry Newman built his name in Chicago as an architectural illustrator. After developing a technique that became the industry standard, he was highly sought after by the likes of Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill, Perkins and Will, and the office of Mies Van der Rohe. His career as an illustrator spanned twenty years.
Now in Los Angeles, he has his own firm, creating high-end designs for an esteemed clientele that includes Steven Spielberg, Brad Grey, Meryl Streep, Richard and Lauren Shuler Donner, Bruce Willis, Jean-Marc Chapus, Peter Higgins, Drs. Cristina Rizza and Peter LePort.
Original designs are his strength. He has a reputation for consistent excellence regardless of the size or scope of a project. In 2006, he was inducted into the University of Illinois Chicago's Hall of Fame, the only architect to have received this award.