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John Lamb

In the 1970s, John Lamb's early animation debuted with surf and skateboarding cult films like Five Summer Stories and Spinnin' Wheels. Lamb's self-taught animation style was rough and colorful. In 1976, he co-invented the Lyon Lamb Video Animation System (VAS), which revolutionized animation production, being utilized by studios and schools alike, including Disney and California Institute of the Arts. In 1979, Lamb conceptualized and directed Tom Waits For No One, a pioneering American music...See more