- Artist：Dave Pressler ::藝術家相關介紹::
- Art Tools / Techniques：繪畫部分：壓克力畫、Photoshop 繪圖軟體筆和墨水；雕塑部分：陶土、無硫磺成分陶土、熱固性樹脂和矽氧樹脂Painting: acrylic paint, and photoshop. Pen and ink;Sculpting: Super Sculpey, NSP Sulphur Free Plasteline,Casting resins and silicones
- 另一部在美國獲艾美獎提名的知名視覺設計作品《The Save-Ums》，針對學齡前的兒童所製作，你如何創作出這些如此精采的角色？
《The Save-Ums》是我最喜歡的學齡前卡通作品之一，我們想要把它創作成來自日本和香港的玩具公仔一般，看起來像是塑料公仔和玩具造型。1999 年，塑料公仔在美國尚未引起風潮，所有的角色造型都看起來都長得很高，擁有高挑雙腿，一點都不可愛。所以在其中的一場影集中，我們決定把它們的身體拿掉，只保留頭部，當頭部成為角色的主要部分之後，我們的作品變的非常獨特，「小巧就是力量」變成這節目的座右銘。每個角色都有一個非常鮮明的個性，剛好適合處在許多社會情感方面成長的孩子。
- Another renowned visual designs you created The Save-Ums by The Emmy nominated for preschoolers airing in the United States; how you could create so many outstanding characters?
The Save-Ums was one of my favorite pre-school kids’shows to make. We wanted it to look like the vinyl and toy character creations that were coming out from Japan and Hong Kong. In 1999 vinyl was not in the US yet. The characters started off kind of tall, with longer bodies and legs. They weren’t quite cute enough. In one work session we decided what would they look like if we got rid of the bodies and just used the heads. When the heads turned into the majority of the character then we had something unique.“Small Is Powerful” was the show motto. Each character had a very distinct personality that fit with some aspect of social emotion growth for a child.