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17 November 2021

Zeitgeist Design + Production's "Spirit of the Time": Episode 7 with Tim Kirk

 

WHY IS THE TIME MACHINE IN 2001? TO CELEBRATE THE 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF . . .TOKYO DISNEY SEA!

MEET OUR VERY SPECIAL 7TH PASSENGER. . . 5-TIME HUGO AWARD-WINNER, ILLUSTRATOR & FORMER DISNEY IMAGINEER . . .

TIM KIRK!

ONE OF THE PRINCIPAL DESIGNERS OF TOKYO DISNEY SEA & THE DISNEY-MGM STUDIOS

THE SPIRIT OF THE TIME ZOOMCAST WILL BE LIVE ON FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19, 2021 AT 12PM PST. LINK TO REGISTER:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/203424186217

ZEITGEIST DESIGN + PRODUCTION LOCATED IN PASADENA, CA WITH RYAN HARMON AND JOE LANZISERO AT THE HELM!

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