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|Notable Projects= ''The Dark Crystal''<br /> ''The Storyteller'' <br /> ''Peter Pan'' (2003)
 
|Notable Projects= ''The Dark Crystal''<br /> ''The Storyteller'' <br /> ''Peter Pan'' (2003)
 
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'''Brian Froud''' (born 1947, Winchester) is an English fantasy illustrator, Froud was the conceptual designer for ''[[Labyrinth (film)|Labyrinth]]'', producing a large number of paintings and sketches that informed the look and feel of the finished film. He is the father of Toby Froud, who appeared in different movies.
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'''Brian Froud''' (born 1947, Winchester) is an English fantasy illustrator, Froud was the conceptual designer for ''[[Labyrinth (film)|Labyrinth]]'', producing a large number of paintings and sketches that informed the look and feel of the finished film. He is the father of Toby Froud, who appeared in IT THE MOVIE
 
==Career==
 
==Career==
 
Froud started his career as an illustrator, working on titles from Shakespeare's ''A Midsummer Night's Dream'' (1972) to the medieval moral tale ''Master Snickup's Cloak'' (1979).
 
Froud started his career as an illustrator, working on titles from Shakespeare's ''A Midsummer Night's Dream'' (1972) to the medieval moral tale ''Master Snickup's Cloak'' (1979).

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