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Ron Cobb

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Ronald Cobb is an American cartoonist, artist, writer, film designer, and film director, who without any formal training worked on Disney’s Sleeping Beauty(1959)  at age 18.
Among other projects, Cobb designed the cover for Jefferson Airplane’s 1967 album and also contributed design work for the cult film, Dark Star (1973). His cartoons were published in various magazines.
In 1981, Colorvision, a large-format, full-colour monograph appeared, including much of his design work for the films Star Wars, Alien and Conan the Barbarian. Cobb has also contributed production design to the films The Last Starfighter  and Leviathan, as well as conceptual designs to other features, including Back to the Future, Aliens, The Abyss, Total Recall, True Lies, and the Australian feature Garbo, which he directed (Cobb had moved to Sydney, Australia in the 1970’s).