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Michael Jackson: The Blueprint 1990-1993.

Los Angeles, CA: 1990. Broadsheet. "Michael Jackson was preparing his 'DANGEROUS' album & was looking for one production company to oversee all the short films (this is what he called music videos), documentaries, TV and pretty much anything having to do with film, plus an image revamp.  Propaganda [Films] began talks with his managers GALLIN/MOREY. Eventually myself and Ute Leonhardt began meetings with MJ & his team. In one meeting Michael seemed overwhelmed with the complexity of all the different projects he would be working on during the next few years & blurted out in a moment of frustration: 'I wish I had a blueprint for my life'. At this stage Propaganda had not officially been selected. The job of producing all his projects was a massive undertaking and everyone in town was jockeying for the position.  So, I took it upon myself after consulting with my partners Joni Sighvattson and Steve Golin, to employ an artist who iIhad worked with on many occasions to make a chart based on Egyptian Hieroglyphs which would categorize in a schedule everything MJ had happening in the next few years.  Awest & I worked none stop for three or four days, eventually taking it to a blueprinting shop in LA. the large version of the finished product was on display in my next meeting with Michael.......he LOVED it, Propaganda was awarded the job & I went on to work with him for almost two years." A handsome copy of this scarce and interesting piece of Jackson ephemera. Near Fine. Item #6630 Slight edge wear, else bright and clean. Illus. (b/w print).
Price: $500.00     Item #6630
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