Not Preston, but Mary ... (She's the one in the middle there, standing in the WED parking lot in 1965 ...)
The Cartoon Art Museum, up on Mission Street in San Francisco, is having a gallery show of Mary's work. And why should you hop a plane to go look at it?
One of the first women to work as a concept artist for Disney, Blair was responsible for the look of some of the key Disney films of the 1940s and 1950s including Cinderella and Peter Pan. Her colorful, charming geometric designs, synonymous with 1950s style, appeared in advertisements and children¹s books. Perhaps her most famous creation, however, is the Disneyland attraction It's A Small World, which Blair originally designed for the 1964 World's Fair ...
The exhibit's no doubt worth seeing, because Mary's work is always worth seeing.